Assistant Curator/Adjunct Assistant Professor, Integrative Biology
Her research: Juan is interested in fossil fishes. She enjoys prospecting fish bones in the badlands, carefully packing up beautiful fish skeletons from oil shales, and revealing their identity and scientific values in the lab. She is perpetually amazed by the biology of fishes, and the opportunity to study them in deep time is something she considers "a privilege"!
- Marcé-Nogué, J. and J. Liu. 2020. Evaluating fidelity of CT based 3D models for Zebrafish conductive hearing system. Micron:102874. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.micron.2020.102874. Read it
- Chen G., J. Liu, M.-M. Chang. 2018. Evolutionary hotspot of Cenozoic fish: Paleogene ichthyofauna from the onshore basins around Beibu Gulf. Chinese Science Bulletin, 63(27): 2863-2875(2018). https://doi.org/10.1360/N972018-00569. Read it
- Liu J., M. V. H. Wilson, and A. M. Murray. 2016. A new catostomid fish (Ostariophysi, Cypriniformes) from the Eocene Kishenehn Formation and remarks on the North American species of Amyzon Cope. Journal of Paleontology: 90(2):288–304.
- Liu J., M.-M. Chang, M. V. H. Wilson, and A. M. Murray. 2015. A new family of Cypriniformes (Teleostei, Ostariophysi) based on a redescription of Jianghanichthys hubeiensis (Lei, 1977) from the Eocene Yangxi Formation of China. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology: e1004073: 1–23.
- Liu J. and M-m. Chang, 2009. A new Eocene catostomid (Teleostei: Cypriniformes) from northeastern China and early divergence of Catostomidae. Science in China Series D: Earth Sciences, 52(2): 189-202.