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  • 姓名: 毛方园
  • 性别: 女
  • 职称: 副研究员
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  • 学历: 博士
  • 电话: 010-88369128
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  • 电子邮件: maofangyuan@ivpp.ac.cn
  • 通讯地址: 北京市西城区西直门外142号
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  • 教育经历:

    2009.09-2013.05: 中国科学院大学,博士

    2012.09-2013.04: 美国纽约自然历史博物馆,联合培养博士

    2006.09-2009.06: 中国科学院南京地质与古生物研究所,硕士

    2002.09-2006.06: 西南石油大学,学士

    工作经历:

    2017.12-今 : 中国科学院古脊椎动物与古人类研究所,副研究员

    2020.10-今 : 美国自然历史博物馆,客座研究员

    2018.10-2020.10: 美国自然历史博物馆,Kalbfleisch博士后

    2015.08-2017.12: 中国科学院古脊椎动物与古人类研究所,助理研究员

    2013.07-2015.08: 中国科学院古脊椎动物与古人类研究所,博士后

    社会任职:
    研究方向:
  • 早期哺乳动物
    承担科研项目情况:
  • 2021.01-2024.12: 国家自然科学基金面上项目:异兽类形态学、系统演化与环境转换的相关性,负责人

    2019.01-2022.12: 中国科学院青年创新促进会:中生代哺乳动物,负责人

    2018.01-2023.10: 中国科学院战略性先导科技专项(B项)子课题:中生代陆生脊椎动物演化,参加

    2017.07-2023.12: 中国科学院战略性先导科技专项(B项)子课题:古近纪陆生脊椎动物现代类群的起源与演化,参加

    2017.01-2020.12: 国家自然科学基金面上项目:内蒙古二连盆地古近纪貘形类化石研究, 参加

    2016.12-2021.12: 国家自然科学基金基础科学中心项目:克拉通破坏与陆地生物演化,参加

    2016.01-2019.12: 国家自然科学基金面上项目:奇蹄类起源与中国早始新世哺乳动物地理研究,参加

    2016.01-2019.12: 国家自然科学基金面上项目:内蒙古二连盆地啮齿类起源、演化序列及其与环境变化之间的关系,参加

    2016.07-2019.07: 现代古生物学和地层学国家重点实验室2016年度开放课题:中国早期啮形类化石系统再研究,负责人

    2014.01-2017.12: 国家自然科学基金面上项目:内蒙古阿拉善左旗乌兰塔塔尔渐新世哺乳动物研究,参加

    2014.01-2017.12: 国家自然科学基金青年科学基金项目:蒙古高原古近纪两次重大期后转折期哺乳动物牙齿釉质氧碳稳定同位素研究,负责人

    2012.09-2013.03: 2012年国家留学基金委的国家建设高水平大学公派研究生项目,负责人

    2011.01-2013.12: 国家自然科学基金青年科学基金项目:内蒙古二连盆地古近纪奇蹄类的系统发育和演化,及其化石同位素指示的气候环境变迁,参加

    代表论著:
  • 2021. Mao Fangyuan*, Zhang Chi Liu Cunyu, Meng Jin*.Fossoriality and evolutionary development in two mammaliamorphs. Nature. 592: 577-582.

    2021. Mao Fangyuan*, Liu Cunyu, Chase Hill Morgan, Smith K Andrew, Meng Jin*. Exploring ancestral phenotypes and evolutionary development of the mammalian middle ear based on Early Cretaceous Jehol mammals. National Science Review. 8(5): nwaa188. https://doi.org/10.1093/nsr/nwaa188

    2020. Gong Yanxin, Wang Yuanqing, Mao Fangyuan, Bai Bin, Li Qian, Wang Haibing, Jin Xun, Meng Jin. Dietary reconstruction and palaeoecology of Eocene Lophialetidae (Mammalia: Tapiroidea) from the Erlian Basin of China: evidence from dental microwear. Historical Biology. https://doi.org/10.1080/08912963.2020.1722660

    2020. Mao Fangyuan, Meng Jin*, Making a mammalian ear. Modular decoupling of the mammalian middle ear and jaw discovered in a new species of Cretaceous stem therian mammals. Zoology, 140: 125767: 1–3.

    2020. Mao Fangyuan. Diverge modular evolution of mammalian middle ear and lower jaw. Science foundation in China. 28(1): 9.

    2020. Mao Fangyuan*, Hu Yaoming, Li Chuankui, Wang Yuanqing, Morgan Hill Chase, Andrew K. Smith, Meng Jin*. Hearing and chewing modules decoupled in Cretaceous stern therian mammals. Science. 367: 305–308.

    2020. Meng Jin*, Mao Fangyuan*, Zheng Xiaoting, Wangxiaoli, Han Gang. A comparative study on auditory and hyoid bones of haramiyidans and contrasting evidence for mammalian middle ear evolution. Journal of Anatomy. 236(1): 50–71.

    2019. Gong Yanxin, Wang Yuanqing, Wang Yang, Mao Fangyuan, Bai Bin, Wang Haibing, Li Qian, Jin Xun, Wang Xu, Meng Jin. Dietary adaptations and paleoecology of Lophialetidae (Mammalia: Tapiroidea) from the Eocene of the Erlian Basin, China: Combined evidence from mesowear and stable isotope analyses. Palaeontology. 63(4): 547–564.

    2019. Li Qian, Wang Yuanqing, Mao Fangyuan, Meng Jin. A New Eocene cylindrodontid rodent from the Erlian Basin (Nei Mongol, China) and their implications for phylogeny and biochronology. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 39(5): e1680990.

    2019. Bin Bai, Meng Jin, Mao Fangyuan, Zhang Zhaoqun, Wang Yuanqing. A new early Eocene deperetellid tapiroid illuminates the origin of Deperetellidae and the pattern of premolar molarization in Perissodactyla. PloS ONE 14(11): e0225045.

    2019. Mao Fangyuan, Meng Jin. Tooth microwear and occlusal modes of euharamiyidans from the Jurassic Yanliao Biota reveal mosaic tooth evolution in Mesozoic Allotherian mammals (Mammalia). Palaeontology. 62(4): 639–660.

    2019. Mao Fangyuan, Meng Jin. A new haramiyidan mammal from the Jurassic Yanliao Biota and comparisons with other haramiyidans. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society. 186(2): 529–552.

    2019. Mao Fang-Yuan, Zheng Xiao-Ting, Wang Xiao-Li, Wang Yuan-Qing, Bi Shun-Dong, Meng Jin. Evidence of diphyodont and heterochrony for the dental development in euharamiyidan mammals from Jurassic Yanliao Biota. Vertebrata PalAsiatica 57(1):51–76.

    2019. Wang Yuanqing, Li Qian, Bai Bin, Jin Xun, Mao Fangyuan, Meng Jin. Paleogene integrative stratigraphy and timescale of China. Science China, Earth Sciences. 62(1): 287–309.

    2019. Bin Bai, Yuan-Qing Wang, Qian Li, Hai-Bing Wang, Fang-Yuan Mao, Yan-Xing Gong, Jin Meng. Biostratigraphy and diversity of Paleogene perissodactyls from the Erlian Basin of Inner Mongolia, China. American Museum Novitates. 3914: 1–60.

    2017. Han Gang, Mao Fangyuan*, Bi Shundong, Wang Yuanqing, Meng Jin*. A Jurassic gliding euharamiyidan mammal with an ear of five auditory bones. Nature 551: 451–456.

    2017. Mao Fangyuan, LI Chuankui, Meng Jin, Li, Qian, Bai Bin, Wang Yuanqing, Zhang Zhaoqun, Zhao Lingxia, Wang Banyue. Introduction to terminologies of tooth enamel microstructures and a proposal for their standard Chinese translations Vertebrata PalAsiatica 55(4): 347–366.

    2017.Li Qian, Mao Fangyuan, Wang Yuanqing. First record of Eocene fossil rodent assemblages from the lower part of the Erden Obo Section, Erlian Basin (Nei Mongol, China) and its biochronological implications. Palaeobiodiversity & Palaeoenvironments. 2017 (1): 1–18

    2017. Bai Bin, Wang Yuanqing, Mao Fangyuan, Meng Jin. New material of Eocene Helaletidae (Perissodactyla, Tapiroidea) from the Irdin Manha Formation, Erlian Basin, Inner Mongolia, China and comments on Related Localities of the Huheboerhe Area. American Museum Novitates 3878: 1–44.

    2017. Mao Fangyuan, Li Qian, Wang Yuanqing, Li Chuankui. Taizimylus tongi, a new eurymylid (Mammalia, Glires) from the upper Paleocene of Xinjiang, China. Palaeowold 26(3): 519–530.

    2017. Mao Fangyuan, Wang Yuanqing, Bi Shundong, Meng Jin. Tooth enamel microstructures of three Jurassic euharamiyidans and implications for tooth enamel evolution in allotherian mammals. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 37(2): e1279168.

    2016. Mao Fangyuan, Li Chuankui, Wang Yuanqing, Meng Jin. The incisor enamel microstructure of Mina hui (Mammalia, Glires) and its implication for the taxonomy of basal Glires. Vertebrata PalAsiatica 54(2): 137–155.

    2016. Li Chuankui, Wang Yuanqing, Zhang Zhaoqun, Mao Fangyuan, Meng Jin. A new mimotonidan mammal Mina hui (Mammalia, Glires) from the Middle Paleocene of Qianshan, Anhui Province, China. Vertebrata PalAsiatica 54(2): 121–136.

    2016. Zhang Zhaoqun, Liu Yan, Wang Lihua, Tong Yongsheng, Mao Fangyuan, Wang Jian. Lithostratigraphic context of Oligocene mammalian faunas from Ulantataer, Nei Mongol, China. Comptes rendus palevol 15(7): 930–910.

    2016. Mao Fangyuan, Wang Yuanqing, Li Qian, Jin Xun. New records of archaic ungulates from Sanshui Basin, Guangdong, China. Historical Biology. 28(6): 787–802.

    2016. Mao Fangyuan, Wang Yuanqing, Meng Jin. New specimens of the multituberculate mammal Sphenopsalis from China: Implications for phylogeny and biology of taeniolabidoids. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica. 61(2): 429–454.

    2015. Mao Fangyuan, Wang Yuanqing, Meng Jin. A systematic study on tooth enamel microstructures of Lambdopsalis bulla (Multituberculate, Mammalia) - implications for multituberculate biology and phylogeny. PloS One. 10(5): 1–37.

    2015. Fostowicz-Frelik, Lucja, Li Chuankui, Mao Fangyuan, Meng Jin, Wang Yuanqing. A large mimotonid from the Middle Eocene of China sheds light on the evolution of lagomorphs and their kin. Scientific Report 2: 1–9.

    2014. Mao Fangyuan, Wang Yuanqing, Meng Jin, Jin Xun. Tooth crown formation time in three Asian coryphodontids, and its implication for identifying living analogues. Vertebrata PalAsiatica. 52(2): 153–170.

    2013 Wang Weiming, Mao Fangyuan. Growth and From. pp 28–53. In: Michael Foote, Arnold I. Miller. (eds), Principles of Paleontology. Beijing: Science Press.

    2012 Mao Fangyuan, Wang Yuanqing. Coryphodontids (Mammalia: Pantodonta) from the Erlian Basin of Nei Mongol, China, and their biostratigraphic implications. Vertebrata PalAsiatica. 50(3): 258–280.

    2009 Shu Junwu, Mao Fangyuan, Wang Weiming, Wang Yuanqing. Pollen analysis of surface samples from the Desert-steppe transitional area of Siziwangqi, Central Inner Mongolia. Acta Micropalaeontologica Sinica, 26(4): 405–413.

    2008 Song Zhichen, Wang Weiming, Mao Fangyuan. Discussion on relationship between aridification and monsoon climate in the Tertiary of NW China based on Palynological data. Acta Palaeontologica Sinica, 47(3): 265–272.

    2006 Luo Yuqiong, Zhou Yinchun, Huang Qingde, Liu Yulin, Mao Fangyuan, Fan Peng, Zhou Bing. The development of a management system of geological science teaching samples database. Research and Exploration in Laboratory, 25(11): 1392–1394.

     

    会议摘要及报告:

    2019.12. Mao Fangyuan. Multiple specimens from the Lower Cretaceous of China reveal character co-evolution toward basal therians. Research Symposia, Richard Glider Graduate School American Museum of Natural History, New York.

    2019.10. Mao Fangyuan, Wang Yuanqing, Li Chuankui, Meng Jin. The 79th Annual Meeting for the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology in Brisbane, Australia (Conference Report: 3D-reconstruction of multiple specimens from the Lower Cretaceous of China reveals character co-evolution toward the bauplan of basal Therians)

    2019.07. Meng Jin, Mao Fangyuan, Wang, Yuanqing, Li, Chuankui. The 79th Annual Meeting for the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology in Brisbane, Australia (Report: Evolution of the mammalian jaw joint and middle ear at the stage of basal therians)

    2019.07. Gong Yanxin, Wang Yuanqing, Wang Yang, Mao Fangyuan, Bai Bin, Wang Haibing. Meng, Jin. The 79th Annual Meeting for the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology in Brisbane, Australia (Report: Diet and ecology of two Lophialetids from the Eocene of Erlian basin, China: combined evidence from mesowear and stable isotope analyses)

    2019.07. Wang Yuanqing, Li Qian, Bai Bin, Jin Xun, Mao Fangyuan, Meng Jin, K. C. Beard. The 79th Annual Meeting for the Society of Vertebrate (Paleontology in Brisbane, Australia. New data on the Paleogene stratigraphy and mammalian paleontology of the Erlian basin, Inner Mongolia, China and its implications for Asian Paleogene biochronology)

    2019.07. Meng Jin, Mao Fangyuan. The 9th International Congress of Vertebrate Morphology in Prague, Czech Republic (Report: The Haramiyidan (Mammaliaformes) Experiment of Arboreality in the Jurassic Forests)

    2018.07. Mao Fangyuan, Bi Shundong, Wang Yuanqing, Meng Jin. The 13th Symposium on Mesozoic Terrestrial Ecosysterms and Biota in Bonn, Germany. (Report: Diversity of euharamiyidans in the Jurassic Yanliao Biota as reflected by dental morphology). p80-81

    2018.07. Mao Fangyuan, Bi Shundong, Wang Yuanqing, and Meng Jin. The 5th International Palaeontological Congress (Poster: Dental structures and microwear reveal mosaic diversity and disparity of euharamiyidans in the adaptive radiation of mammals during the Middle-Late Jurassic). p275

    2018.06. Mao Fangyuan, Wang Yuanqing, Bi Shundong, and Meng Jin. International Symposium on Mesozoic Mammal Evolution (Report: Additional evidence of diphyodonty and heterochrony for dental development in Jurassic euharamiyidans). 20180606-08. Beijing.

    2017.10. Mao Fangyuan, Zheng Xiaoting, Wang Xiaoli, Wang Yuanqing, Bi Shundong, Meng Jin. The 2nd Joint Conference, Palaeontological Society of China and the Pal?ontologische Gesellschaft in Yichang, China (Report: Mammalian affinity of Jurassic euharamiyidans evidenced by possible diphyodont dentition): Palaeobiological innovations. Abstract volume of the 2nd Joint Conference, Palaeontological Society of China and the Pal?ontologische Gesellschaft. p219–222.

    2017.08. Mao Fangyuan, Zheng Xiaoting, Wang Xiaoli, Wang Yuanqing, Bi Shundong, Meng Jin. The 77th Annual Meeting for the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology in Calgray, Canada (conference poster: Possible diphyodonty as evidence of mammaness for haramiyidans). p158.

    2016.10. Mao Fangyuan, WangYuanqing, Bi Shundong, Meng Jin. The 77th Annual Meeting for the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology in Calgray, Canada (Report: Tooth enamel microstructures of Jurassic euharamiyidans and implications for prism evolution).p183.

    2016.08. Mao Fangyuan, Wang Yuanqing, Bi Shundong, Meng Jin. The Proceedings of the 15th Annual Meeting of the Chinese Society of Vertebrate Paleontology in Daqing, China (Report: Tooth enamel microstructures of Jurassic euharamiyidans and origination of prism)

    2015.10. Mao Fangyuan, Wang Yuanqing, Meng Jin. New specimens of the multituberculate Sphenopsalis nobilis from the Paleocene of Inner Mongolia, China and the tooth enamel microstructure of Lambdopsalidae. International symposium on Terrestrial Paleocene Biota and Paleobiogeography in Anhui, China: 20–24.

    2015.06. Mao Fangyuan, Wang Yuanqing, Meng Jin. International symposium on Terrestrial Paleocene Biota and Paleobiogeography, Qianshan, Anhui (Report: New specimens of the multituberculate Sphenopsalis nobilis from the Paleocene of Inner Mongolia, China and the tooth enamel microstructure of Lambdopsalidae)

    2014.04. Mao Fangyuan. The Proceedings of the 14th Annual Meeting of the Chinese Society of Vertebrate Paleontology (Report: Tooth enamel microstructures of mammals)

    2011.10 Mao Fangyuan. The taxonomy of Coryphodontids from Asia and their geological distribution. The Proceedings of the 26th Annual Meeting of the Chinese Society of Paleontology: 259–260.

    2011.10. Mao Fangyuan. The Proceedings of the 26th Annual Meeting of the Chinese Society of Paleontology in Guanling, China (Report: The taxonomy of Coryphodontids from Asia and their geological distribution)

    获奖及荣誉:
  • 2020年度中国古生物学十大进展第一 基干兽类听觉和咀嚼器官模块式演化分离节点