HUNG, Tin Hang (Henry)



Personal webpage: http://hung.studio

Personal photo - hungt Doctoral Student at the Doctoral Training Centre and the Department of Plant Sciences
Oxford-Radcliffe Graduate Scholar in Interdisciplinary Bioscience

Department:
Rex Richards Building, South Parks Road, Oxford OX1 3QU
tin-hang.hung@biodtp.ox.ac.uk

Correspondence:
University College, High Street, Oxford OX1 4BH
tin-hang.hung@univ.ox.ac.uk

Background


Research Interests

Trees provide important ecosystem services to us in both natural and urban landscapes. My research explores how trees adapt to the changing environment and how we can better manage them. I work closely with governments, institutions, and communities to ensure a translatable output of my research. As an interdisciplinary bioscientist, I also expand my interests to general ecological and evolutionary questions.


Research Experience

2018.05 - Prof John MacKay's Group
Department of Plant Sciences, University of Oxford
Research area: conservation genomics, landscape genomics, spatial data
2018.01 - 18.04 Dr Dora Biro's Group
Department of Zoology, University of Oxford
Research area: animal behavior, ornithology, ethology
2015.12 - 17.07 Prof SW Chiu's Group
School of Life Sciences, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Research area: urban ecology, sensor engineering, urban heat island
2016.05 - 16.02 Prof Jerome HL Hui's Group
School of Life Sciences, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Research area: molecular ecology, phylogeography, convservation genetics
2013.09 - 15.12 Prof Dora Choi's Group
Department of Educational Administration and Policy, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Research area: gender and education, gender theory, masculinities

Professional Memberships

2018Zoological Society of London Fellow
2018Hong Kong Scholarship for Excellence Scheme Scholars Association Preparatory Committee
2018NHBE Research Group (Cambridge, Oxford, Yale, Harvard, MIT & Stanford Member
2018The Linenan Society of London Associate
2018British Ecological Society Member


Personal Interests


Language & Skills

Chinese: Native (written Traditional & Simplified Chinese, oral Mandarin & Cantonese)
English: Proficient
German: Upper Intermediate (B1 - B2)

Computational skills: Arduino, C, Python, R, QGIS, GeoDa
Laboratory skills: DNA manipulation, PCR, SDS-PAGE, Western blooting, cloning, phylogenetics (BEAST, DnaSP, MAFFT, MrBayes, PhyML)
Arboricultural skills: sonic tomography (PiCUS), resistography (Rinntech), tree motion analysis (argus-electronik), infrared thermography (FLIR)
Electronic skills: PCB, soldering