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Qin Qin Gong

Instructor in Biological Science

Qin Qin Gong 2018Educational Background

B.S. Biology, Shan Dong University, JiNan, China 1999
M.S. Biology Plant Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences, BeiJing, China, 2003
M.A. Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Kansas, 2009

Qin Qing  has done research in several fields of biological sciences such as biotechnology, biochemistry, plant physiology and evolutionary genetics. His current academic interest focuses on the study of evolutionary theory and the evolution of human behaviors, cultures and social structures, using a variety of methods including mathematical modeling and computer simulation.

He started teaching practice at the University of Kansas during his graduate study there, and  joined Cloud County Community College in 2009.

Qin Qin serves in CCCC Go Green Committee and Diversity Committee, advising International Student Association.

He still plays basketball from time to time. He loves reading on science, arts and philosophy, sci-fi movies, staying with family and friends, and driving on the country roads.

Selected publications

  1. Gong, Q., The effects of directional epistasis on molecular evolution, Journal of Theoretical Biology, in process.
  2. Gong, Q. Q., and Tian, S. P. (2002). Partial characterization of soluble peroxidase in pericarp of litchi fruit. Progress in Biochemistry and Biophysics 29 (6): 891-896.
  3. Tian, S. P., Xu, Y., Gong, Q. Q., and Jiang, A. L. (2002). Effects of controlled atmospheres on physiological properties and storability of longan fruit. Act. Horticulturae 575: 659-666.
  4. Tian, S. P., Luo, Y. B., Gong, Q. Q., and Liu, H. (2002). Effect of fungal infection on ethylene production, ACC synthase and lipoxygenase activity in tomato fruits. Acta Phytopathologica Sinica 32(2): 159-164.

Contact
785-243-1435 ext 217
800-729-5101 ext 217

E-mail: Qin Qin Gong