Shanqian Huang

China Scholarship Council Visiting Researcher

Room D53

Department of Zoology

University of Oxford

South Parks Road

Oxford, OX1 3PS, UK

My research focuses on the spatio-temporal spread and transmission mechanisms of avian influenza viruses, including (i) risk analysis of highly pathogenic H5N1 avian influenza, (ii) investigation of the poultry trading transmission network and (iii) the relationship between transportation and virus evolution.

Research Interests

Huang SQ, Tian HY, Wu XX, Zhou S, Li XW, Zhang T, Zhao XH, Wang Y, Pei Y, Xu B (2016) Risk analysis of H5N1 highly pathogenic avian influenza in poultry at the Poyang Lake area, China. Environmental Earth Sciences In press

Tian HY, Zhou S, Dong L, Van Boeckeld TP, Cui YJ, Wu YR, Cazelles B, Huang SQ, Yang RF, Grenfell B, Xu B (2015) Avian influenza H5N1 viral and bird migration networks in Asia. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 112:172-77

Tian HY, Cui YJ, Dong L, Zhou S, Li XW, Huang SQ, Yang RF, Xu B (2015) Spatial, temporal and genetic dynamics of highly pathogenic avian influenza A (H5N1) virus in China. BMC Infectious Diseases 15:54

Tian HY, Zhou S, Dong L, Van Boeckeld TP, Pei Y, Wu QZ, Yuan WP, Guo Y, Huang SQ, Liu Z, Bai YQ, Yue TX, Grenfell B, Xu B (2015) Climate change suggests a shift of H5N1 risk in migratory birds. Ecological Modelling 306:6-15

Tian HY, Bi P, Cazelles B, Zhou S, Huang SQ, Yang J, Pei Y, Wu XX, Fu SH, Tong SL, Wang HY, Xu B (2015) How environmental conditions impact mosquito ecology and Japanese encephalitis: An eco-epidemiological approach. Environment International 79:17-24

Tian HY, Yu PB, Luis AD, Bi P, Cazelles B, Laine M, Huang SQ, Ma CF, Zhou S, Wei J, Li S, Lu XL, Qu JH, Xu, B (2015) Changes in rodent abundance and weather conditions potentially drive hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome outbreaks in Xi’an, China, 2005–2012. PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases 9:e0003530

Publications