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Dr. Ding Ding

Name: Ding Ding

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Address: The State Key Laboratory of Integrated Management of Pest Insects and Rodents, Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 1 Beichen West Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100101, P.R.China


2014-2019 Institute of Zoology, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Doctor, Genomics

2011-2014 Shandong University, Master, Zoology

2007-2011 Shanxi Agriculture University, Bachelor, Bioinformatics

Research and Professional Experience:

2019-now Assistant Professor, Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Research Interests:

Metabolism regulation and adaptation

1, Metabolism adaptation of Tibetan migratory locusts

2, Density dependent metabolism switching of migratory locusts

Awards and Honors:

2019 Outstanding Graduate Award of University of Chinese Academy of Sciences

2018 National Scholarship of China

2013 National Scholarship of China


  1. Ding D, Liu GJ, Hou L, Gui WY, Chen B*, and Kang L*. 2018. Genetic variation in PTPN1 contributes to metabolic adaptation to high-altitude hypoxia in Tibetan migratory locusts. Nature Communications. 9(1):p.4991.
  2. Hou l, Li B, Ding D, Kang L*, Wang XH*. 2019. CREB-B acts as a key mediator of NPF/NO pathway involved in phase-related locomotor plasticity in locusts. PLOS Genetics. 15(5):e1008176.
  3. Chen B, Ma R, Ding D, Wei L, Kang L*. 2017. Aerobic respiration by haemocyanin in the embryo of the migratory locust. Insect Molecular Biology. 26(4):461-468. 
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