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Hsuan-Ching Ho

 
  Name: Hsuan-Ching Ho
  Department: Exhibits Department
  Title: Assistant Researcher
  Email: hohc@nmmba.gov.tw
  Contacts: 2, Houwan, Checheng, Pingtung, 944 Taiwan +886-8-8825392
  Education:

B. S., Department of Aquaculture, National Taiwan Ocean University (1996.8-2000.6)


M. S., Institute of Aquaculture, National Taiwan Ocean University (2000.8-2002.12)


Ph.D., Institute of Marine Biology, National Taiwan Ocean University (2005.8-2010.4)

  Publications: All PublicationsSCI Journal Papers
Report of the International ConferenceInternal report of the meeting
Technical BooksOther
 

 

Experience:

Assistant Researcher, National Museum of Marine Biology & Aquarium (2010.9~)


Assistant Professor, Institute of Marine Biodiversity & Evolustionary Biology, National Dong Hwa University (2010.11~)


Collaborator, Fishbase (2010~)


Editor, Platax (NMMBA) (2013~)


IUCN Shark Specilist Group (2014.1~)


Collaborator, Catalog of Fishes (2014.5~)


Research Assistant, Biodiversity Research Center, Acadmia Sinica (2000.10-2010.4)


Postdoctoral Fellow, Biodiversity Research Center, Acadmia Sinica (2010.5-2010.8)

  Research Interest:

1. Fish taxonomy.


2. Deep-sea fishes.


3. Systematics of fishes.


4. Zoological nomenclature.

  In progress topic of the research:

On going projects:


1.Systematics and molecular phylogeny of family Ogcocephalidae of the world (II) (NSC project, 2013.8-2014.7).


2. Study on diversity of fishes of Taiwan (NMMBA project, 2014.1-2014.12)


Old projects:


Systematics and molecular phylogeny of family Chaunacidae of the Indo-west Pacofic Ocean (NSC project, 2012.8-2013.7)


study on diversity of fishes of Taiwan (NMMBA project, 2013.1-2013.12)


Systematics and molecular phylogeny of family Ogcocephalidae of the world (NSC project, 2011.4-2012.7).


Phylogenetic relationship of unicornfishes (Acanthuridae: Naso): based on molecular and ecological features (NMMBA project, 2011.1~2012-12).

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