Anthropology and Ethnology
Hu Rong
Updated: 2016-08-09

Hu Rong, Ph.D.

Assistant professor.

Tel: 18959213050




2006, M.B., Hubei university of medicine;

2009, M.M., Liaoning medicalcollege;

2012, Ph.D., Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology, Chinese Academy of Sciences.


Professional Experience

2012/08-2016/06, medical college Xiamen University.

2016/06-present, Assistant professor, Department of Anthropology and Ethnology,Xiamen University.


Research Area

Dental incremental features were closely related toindividual growth and development, taxonomy, and dental functional adaption. we study dental growth and development of fossilPongo withhistological sections, scanning electron microscopy, micro-CT, in order to provide some new clues and ideasto origion, evolution and Taxon of Chinese Pongo from the micro angle.

Phenotypic characteristics of physical anthropology and effects of gene, environment and other internal and external factors to phenotypic characteristics.


Courses Taught

Introduction of anthropology, Physical anthropology, Human anatomy

Selected Publications

HuRong, Zhao Lingxia. The study of enamel thickness of fossil orangutan From Guangxi, ACTA Anthropologica Sinic2015,343):404-416.

HU RongZhao Lingxia. Perikymata and Crown Formation Time of Anterior Teeth of Fossil Orangutan from South China,ACTA Anthropologica Sinic, 2012,31(4):371-380.

HuRong, Zhao Lingxia. Wu Xinzhi. Periodicity of Retzius lines in fossil Pongo from South China.2012.57(6):790-7 94.

Hu Rong. Dental incrimental features-the new method to understand human evolution and life historyFossil2012,2:9-11.

Liu YongHu Rong. Suitable conditions of electrical stimulation on proliferation and differentiation of C2C12 cells. Journal of Beijing Sport University201507):68-72.

Xi HuanjiuHu RongWen YoufengWen Pushuai. Digit and digit ratio  of Liaoning Han nationalityActa Anatomica Sinica2010,413):477-479.

Wen Youfeng, Ye LipingHu RongXi Huanjiu. Preliminary research on the origin of Tibetan ethnic populations in Tibet:the clue from dermatoglyphicsACTA Anthropologica Sinic2011,301):103-108.

Hu Rongapplication of dental growth and development in paleoanthropology》,Xi Huanjiu, Liu Wu and Chen Zhao ed.Development of chinese anthropology in 21st century》,Intellectual Property Publishing House Co.,Ltd, Beijing, 2015.