龙红岸 Prof. Hongan LONG

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所属研究团(Lab link)

龙红岸  博士,教授

山东省汶上县人

第15批国家“青千”(2019-2022)

山东省“青年泰山”(2019.1-2023.12)

中国海洋大学筑峰工程特聘教授

中国海洋大学博士生导师

E-mail: longhongan@gmail.com

Hongan Long, Ph.D., 

Professor, Ph.D. advisor


教育及科研工作背景:
2013-2017 美国印第安纳大学研究助理、博士后
2008-2012 美国休斯敦大学,博士,生物学
2004-2007 中国海洋大学,硕士,海洋生物学

2000-2004 中国海洋大学,学士,生物科学


Education and Research Background

2013-2017 Research Associate/Post-doctoral researcher, Department of Biology, Indiana University, Bloomington (Michael Lynch lab)

2008-2012 Biology Ph.D., Department of Biology and Biochemistry, University of Houston.

2004-2007 Marine Biology M.S., Department of Marine Life, Ocean University of China

2000-2004 Bioscience, B.S., Department of Marine Life, Ocean University of China


主要学术成就:

形态分类学:利用形态学方法,开展了海洋砂隙自由生和棘皮动物体内共生纤毛虫的分类学研究,厘清了15种已知纤毛虫的分类学混乱和形态学描述缺失,修订了3个属的定义,发现并报道了6个新种;发现并报道了海洋纤毛虫拟瞬膜虫的复杂生殖策略。

进化生物学:基于全基因组和转录组测序的变异积累实验,揭示了多种模式生物基因组自发变异的规律和进化机制,阐明了细菌在环境胁迫下的变异率进化规律与变异形成机制,以及设计了新的实验系统,测算了自发变异造成的适应度效应。在PNAS, Nature Ecology and Evolution, Molecular Biology and Evolution, Genetics等主流进化生物学杂志上发表文章20余篇。


研究方向:

以微生物为主要研究对象,聚焦微生物的基因组突变率以及生物行为的功能基因组学研究,具体研究方向如下:
A. 海洋微生物的表型可塑性基因调控与演化
B. 深海微生物的基因组稳定性机制
C. 微生物环境胁迫下的变异形成
D. 医疗及环境水体中病源微生物的抗药性演化
E. 病害纤毛虫的生物学防治
F. 海洋微生物的宏基因组学


Research

We are interested in microbial evolution, with a focus on mutation rate and behavior evolution. The research models are quite broad, including cilaites, bacteria, yeast, etc. Our research strategy combines population genetics theory, experimental evolution, -omics sequencing, genetic techniques, and bioinformatic tools. The lab deems the training of indepedent researchers as our first task and research as the second. Graduate students would get a complete training of scientific research and multiple undergrad assistants are provided for their research. We are now exploring the following topics: 

A. Phenotypic plasticity of ciliates, and its role  in evolution;

B. Genome instability and evolution of deep-sea organisms;

C. Ecological dependence of mutation rate;

D. Antibiotic resistance evolution of pathogens in medical and natural environments;

E. Genetic regulation and evolution of selfing in ciliates.