邮  箱:quqingming@xmu.edu.cn

职称/职务:教授 博士生导师


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B.S. 2007, Peking University, Geochemistry;
M.S. 2010, Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Paleontology and Stratigraphy;
Ph.D. 2015, Evolutionary Biology Center, Uppsala University, Sweden;
Postdoc, Evolutionary Biology Center, Uppsala University, Sweden & Department of Biology, University of Ottawa, Canada, 2015-2019;
Professor, School of Life Sciences, Xiamen University, 2019 to Present.


Using zebrafish as a model organism to study the molecular mechanisms underlying the origin of teeth and paired appendages;The origin and evolution of vertebrate hard tissues: using molecular and fossil data as an interdisciplinary approach;Developing bichirs as model organisms to study the evo-devo of jawed-vertebrates.

20700app大阳城下载:代表性论文(# co-first author, * Corresponding author):

1.Qu, Q. *, S. Sanchez, M. Zhu, H. Blom and P. E. Ahlberg (2017). The origin of novel features by changes in developmental mechanisms: ontogeny and three‐dimensional microanatomy of polyodontode scales of two early osteichthyans. Biological Reviews. 92: 1189–1212
2.Choo, C., M. Zhu, Q. Qu, X Yu, L. Jia and W. Zhao (2017). A new osteichthyan from the late Silurian of Yunnan, China. PloS one. 12: e0170929
3.Jerve, A., Q. Qu, S. Sanchez, H. Blom, P. E. Ahlberg and T. Haitina (2017). Vascularization and odontode structure of a dorsal ridge spine of Romundina stellina ?rvig 1975. PloS one 12: e0189833
4.Jerve, A., Q. Qu, S. Sanchez, H. Blom and P. E. Ahlberg. (2016) Three-dimensional paleohistology of the scale and median fin spine of Lophosteus superbus (Pander 1856)PeerJ4:e2521 (Co-first author)
5.Qu, Q.*, H. Blom, S. Sanchez and P. Ahlberg (2015). Three‐dimensional virtual histology of Silurian osteostracan scales revealed by synchrotron radiation microtomography. Journal of morphology 276: 873-888.
6.Qu, Q.,T. Haitina, M. Zhu and P. E. Ahlberg* (2015). New genomic and fossil data illuminate the origin of enamel.Nature 526, 108–111.
7.Qu, Q. *, S. Sanchez, H. Blom, P. Tafforeau and P. E. Ahlberg (2013). Scales and tooth whorls of ancient fishes challenge distinction between external and oral ‘teeth’. PloS one 8: e71890.
8.Qu, Q. *, M. Zhu and W. Wang (2013). Scales and dermal skeletal histology of an early bony fish Psarolepis romeri and their bearing on the evolution of rhombic scales and hard tissues. PloS one 8: e61485.
9.Qu, Q. *, M. Zhu and W.-J. Zhao (2010). Silurian atmospheric O2 changes and the early radiation of gnathostomes. Palaeoworld19: 146-159.
10.Wang, W., Q. Qu and M. Zhu* (2010). A brief review of the Middle Palaeozoic vertebrates from Southeast Asia. Palaeoworld 19: 27-36.
11.Zhu, M.*, X. Yu, P. E. Ahlberg, B. Choo, J. Lu, T. Qiao, Q. Qu, W. Zhao, L. Jia and H. Blom (2013). A Silurian placoderm with osteichthyan-like marginal jaw bones.Nature 502: 188-193.
12.Zhu, M.*, X. Yu, B. Choo, Q. Qu, L. Jia, W. Zhao, T. Qiao and J. Lu (2012). Fossil fishes from China provide first evidence of dermal pelvic girdles in osteichthyans. PloS one 7: e35103.
13.Zhu, M.*, W. Zhao, L. Jia, J. Lu, T. Qiao and Q. Qu (2009). The oldest articulated osteichthyan reveals mosaic gnathostome characters.Nature 458: 469-474.