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Only if we understand, can we care.

Only if we can care, will we help.

Only if we help, shall they be saved.

— Jane Goodall

Ching-Wen is PhD student investigating visual signal processing in stomatopods at the Queensland Brain Institute under the supervision of Prof. Justin Marshall and Dr. Wen-Sung Chung. Ching-Wen completed her Master’s degree in Life Sciences at National Chung Kung University, Taiwan, working on visual anatomy and electrophysiology of mantis shrimps. Following her Master’s degree, she commenced her PhD in 2019 at Queensland Brain Institute, The University of Queensland.  Her current project focuses on decoding the complex visual processing pathways of stomatopod.

 

I have a wide interest in marine biology and my major interests in research are visual ecology, polarization vision, neuroanatomy and electrophysiology. My PhD project will focus on how stomatopods process circular and linear polarisation information in their visual pathways.

 

2011 BSc, Department of Life Sciences, National Chung Kung University, TAIWAN
2015 MSc, Institute of Life Sciences, National Chung Kung University, TAIWAN
2019 PhD, Queensland Brain Institute, The University of Queensland, AUSTRALIA

 

PUBLICATIONS

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Papers

2017

Jing-Wen Wang and Tsyr-Huei Chiou (2017) Three new records of Nannosquillidae (Crustacea, Stomatopoda, Lysiosquilloidea) from Taiwan with notes on their ecology. ZooKeys 721(721):33-43. Download Paper 

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