Fish otoliths in Time and Space

Exploring the diversity of fish through their fossil records

About me

I am currently an assistant researcher at the Center for Ecology and Environment, Tunghai University, Taiwan. I was a postdoctoral fellow at the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute in Panama. I obtained my PhD from the University of Bari in Italy in 2017. I am interested in a researcher position where I can utilize my knowledge in taxonomy, marine ecology, paleontology, and conservation paleobiology.

Fish community in the youngest fossil record

Exploring the use of otoliths in Conservation Paleobiology

Deep time fossil otoliths

What are the possible drivers shaping the diversity of fish through geological time?

Other studies and applications

Otoliths in archaeology, feeding ecology, systematics, and other study fields