About me

I’m Jonathan Chang, a recently-graduated PhD in biology at UCLA. I am an evolutionary biologist whose research involves understanding the origin and maintenance of biological diversity, with broad interests in comparative methods and conservation.

My current project is with the Encyclopedia of Life, as a Rubenstein Research Fellow. My goal is to quantify fish shape using crowdsourcing and examine the evolution of shape with respect to both macroevolutionary diversification and anthropogenic exploitation.

Current CV

Jonathan Chang’s CV (pdf)
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I occasionally blog about science things that I do. Below are a couple of recent posts; read them all or subscribe using RSS.