Email: yiting.jiang @lnu.edu.cn
College of Life Sciences, Liaoning University
Huanggu - 66 - Chongshanzhong Road
110036 Shenyang, China
I have broad research interests in behavior ecology and biological conservation, with the main emphasis on avian biology. I am currently working on the following themes:
Escape behavior of birds,
The ecology and evolution of urbanization,
Caching/Food storing behavior of the tits.
I am responsible for the undergraduate course “General Biology”.
I take part in two modules in the Master (Biology):
“Modern Biological Research Methods and Biotechnology”, which is a general introduction to technologies that has been applied on biology and biotechnology involving living systems and organisms to develop or make products.
“Animal Evolution and Adaptation”, which comprises the overlap of three broader scientific fields: ecology, animal behavior and evolution.
Bachelor: Beijing Forestry University, Beijing, China
Master: Beijing Forestry University, Beijing, China
Doctorate: Université Paris-Sud, Université Paris-Saclay, Orsay, France
Researcher: College of Life Sciences, Liaoning University, Shenyang, China
Jiang Y, Møller A P. Antipredator escape distances of common and threatened birds [J]. Behavioral Ecology, 2017, 28(6): 1498-1503.
Jiang Y, Møller A P. Escape from predators and genetic variance in birds [J]. Journal of evolutionary biology, 2017, 30(11): 2059-2067.
Ye Y, Jiang Y, Hu C, et al. What makes a tactile forager join mixed-species flocks? A case study with the endangered Crested Ibis (Nipponia nippon) [J]. The Auk, 2017, 134(2): 421-431.
Jiang Y, Ding C. Non-lethal Effects of predation risk in birds [J]. Chinese Journal of Zoology, 2014, 49(4): 613-620.