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朱立峰,江苏太仓人。南京师范大学生命科学学院教授、博导,国家优秀青年基金获得者,先后主持4项国家自然科学基金,研究方向涉及我国濒危动物保护遗传学与分子生态学研究。以通讯作者在Environmental MicrobiologyEvolutionary ApplicationsMicrobial Biotechnology等国际学术期刊发表学术论文20多篇;同时担任多个国际学术期刊编辑。



2004 – 2009     PhD  生态学   中国科学院动物研究所

2001 – 2004     MS   动物学  南京师范大学

1997 – 2001     BS 生物教育 南京师范大学



2015-至今,南京师范大学 生命科学学院 教授

2010-2015  南京师范大学 生命科学学院 副教授


Cao,, P#., Dai, Q., Deng, C., Zhao, X., Qin, S., Yang, J., Wang, Z., Lu, G., Gu, X., Yang, Z., Zhu, L#. (2021) Genome-wide signatures of mammalian skin covering evolution. Science China. Life sciences. DOI: 10.1007/s11427-020-1841-5


Zhu, L#., Zhu, W., Zhao, T., Chen, H., Chang, Q., Jiang, J#. (2021) Environmental temperatures affect the gastrointestinal microbes of the Chinese giant salamander. Frontiers in Microbiology. DOI: 10.3389/fmicb.2021.543767.


Li, J., Luo, W., Zhu, Y., Dai, Q., Liu, G., Zhang, C., Zhou, L., Li, S., Chen, H., Feng, D., Yang, Z#., Zhu, L# (2021) Social behavior of musk deer during the mating season potentially influences the diversity of their gut microbiome. PeerJ 9 (DOI: 10.7717/peerj.10860)


Xu, L., Xiang, M., Zhu, W., Chen, H., Chen, Y., Chang, Q., Jiang J#, Zhu, L#. (2020). The Behavior of Amphibians Shapes Their Symbiotic Microbiomes. MSystems. DOI: 10.1128/mSystems.00626-20.


Zhu, L#., Clayton, J.B., Van Haute, M.J.S., Yang, Q., Hassenstab, H.R., Mustoe, A.C., Knights, D., Benson, A.K., and French, J.A. (2020a). Sex bias in gut microbiome transmission in newly paired marmosets (Callithrix jacchus). Msystems 5.


Zhu, L#., Zhang, Z., Chen, H., Lamer, J.T., Wang, J., Wei, W., Fu, L., Tang, M., Wang, C#., and Lu, G#. (2020). Gut microbiomes of bigheaded carps and hybrids provide insights into invasion: a hologenome perspective. Evolutionary Applications.


Hu, T., Dai, Q., Chen, H., Zhang, Z., Dai, Q., Gu, X., Yang, X., Yang, Z., and Zhu, L#. (2020). Geographic pattern of antibiotic resistance genes in the metagenomes of the giant panda. Microbial Biotechnology.


Zhu, L#., Van Haute, M.J.S., Hassenstab, H.R., Smith, C., Rose, D.J., Mustoe, A.C., Benson, A.K., and French, J.A. (2020). Fecal Short-Chain Fatty Acid Concentrations Increase in Newly Paired Male Marmosets (Callithrix jacchus). Msphere 5.


Zhu, L#., et al. (2020). Effects of burning and mowing on the soil microbiome of restored tallgrass prairie. European Journal of Soil Science.


Lu, G#., Wang, C., Zhao, J., Liao, X., Wang, J., Luo, M., Zhu, L., Bernatzhez, L., and Li, S. (2020). Evolution and genetics of bighead and silver carps: Native population conservation versus invasive species control. Evolutionary Applications.


Zhang, Z, Ting, H., Guoqing, L., Zhu, L#. (2020) Lessons from bamboo‐eating pandas and their gut microbiome: Gut microbiome flow and applications. Evolutionary Applications.


Zhang, M., Chen, H., Liu, L., Xu, L., Wang, X., Chang, L., Jiang, J#., Zhu, L#. (2020). The Changes in the Frog Gut Microbiome and Its Putative Oxygen-Related Phenotypes Accompanying the Development of Gastrointestinal Complexity and Dietary Shift. Frontiers in Microbiology 11.


Wang, J., Gaughan, S., Lamer, J.T., Deng, C., Hu, W., Wachholtz, M., Qin, S., Nie, H., Liao, X., Ling, Q., Li, W., Zhu, L#., Bernatchez, L#., Chen, H#., and Lu, G#. (2020). Resolving the genetic paradox of invasions: Preadapted genomes and postintroduction hybridization of bigheaded carps in the Mississippi River Basin. Evolutionary applications 13, 263-277.


Xu, L., Chen, H., Chen, Y., Chang, Q., Jiang, J#., Zhu, L# (2020). Changes at the community structure of the symbiotic microbes in wild amphibians from the eastern edge of the Tibetan Plateau. MicrobiologyOpen. DOI: 10.1002/MBO3.1004


Wang, L., Ding, J., Yang, Z., Chen, H., Yao, R., Dai, Q., Ding, Y., and Zhu, L#. (2019) Père David’s deer gut microbiome changes across captive and translocated populations: Implications for conservation. Evolutionary Applications.


Yao, R., Xu, L., Lu, G. & Zhu, L#. (2019) Evaluation of the Function of Wild Animal Gut Microbiomes Using Next-Generation Sequencing and Bioinformatics and its Relevance to Animal Conservation. Evolutionary Bioinformatics, 15, 1176934319848438.


Yao, R., Xu, L., Hu, T., Chen, H., Qi, D., Gu, X., Yang, X., Yang, Z. & Zhu, L#. (2019) The “wildness” of the giant panda gut microbiome and its relevance to effective translocation. Global Ecology and Conservation, 18.


Zhao, W., Hu, A., Ni, Z., Wang, Q., Zhang, E., Yang, X., Dong, H., Shen, J., Zhu, L#. & Wang, J#. (2019) Biodiversity patterns across taxonomic groups along a lake water-depth gradient: Effects of abiotic and biotic drivers. Science of The Total Environment. 686, 1262-1271.


Han, H., Wei, W., Hu, Y., Nie, Y., Ji, X., Yan, L., Zhang, Z., Shi, X., Zhu, L., Luo, Y. Wei, F. (2019). Diet Evolution and Habitat Contraction of Giant Pandas via Stable Isotope Analysis. Current Biology.


Zhu, L#., Wu, Q., Deng, C., Zhang, M., Zhang, C., Chen, H., Lu, G., and Wei, F#. (2018). Adaptive evolution to a high purine and fat diet of carnivorans revealed by gut microbiomes and host genomes. Environmental microbiology 20, 1711-1722.


Zhu, L#., Yang, Z., Yao, R., Xu, L., Chen, H., Gu, X., Wu, T., and Yang, X. (2018). Potential mechanism of detoxification of cyanide compounds by gut microbiomes of bamboo-eating pandas. MSphere 3, e00229-00218.


Zhu, L#., Deng, C., Zhao, X., Ding, J., Huang, H., Zhu, S., Wang, Z., Qin, S., Ding, Y., and Lu, G. (2018). Endangered Père David’s deer genome provides insights into population recovering. Evolutionary Applications 11, 2040-2053.


Zhang, M., Gaughan, S., Chang, Q., Chen, H., Lu, G., Wang, X., Xu, L., Zhu, L#., and Jiang, J#. (2018). Age‐related changes in the gut microbiota of the Chinese giant salamander (Andrias davidianus). MicrobiologyOpen, e778. .


Wu, Q., Wang, X., Ding, Y., Hu, Y., Nie, Y., Wei, W., Ma, S., Yan, L., Zhu, L., and Wei, F#. (2017). Seasonal variation in nutrient utilization shapes gut microbiome structure and function in wild giant pandas. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284, 20170955.


Wei, F#., Swaisgood, R., Hu, Y., Nie, Y., Yan, L., Zhang, Z., Qi, D., and Zhu, L. (2015). Progress in the ecology and conservation of giant pandas. Conservation Biology 29, 1497-1507.


Shan, L., Hu, Y., Zhu, L., Yan, L., Wang, C., Li, D., Jin, X., Zhang, C., and Wei, F#. (2014). Large-scale genetic survey provides insights into the captive management and reintroduction of giant pandas. Molecular biology and evolution 31, 2663-2671.


Zhu, L., Hu, Y., Qi, D., Wu, H., Zhan, X., Zhang, Z., Bruford, M.W., Wang, J., Yang, X., Gu, X., Wei, F. # (2013). Genetic consequences of historical anthropogenic and ecological events on giant pandas. Ecology 94, 2346-2357.


Zhao, S., Zheng, P., Dong, S., Zhan, X. et al. (2013). Whole-genome sequencing of giant pandas provides insights into demographic history and local adaptation. Nature Genetics 45, 67. (author order 11).


Zhu, L., Hu, Y., Zhang, Z., and Wei, F#. (2013). Effect of China’s rapid development on its iconic giant panda. Chinese Science Bulletin 58, 2134-2139.


Wei, F#., Hu, Y., Zhu, L., Bruford, M.W., Zhan, X., and Zhang, L. (2012). Black and white and read all over: the past, present and future of giant panda genetics. Molecular Ecology 21, 5660-5674.


Zhu, L., Wu, Q., Dai, J., Zhang, S., and Wei, F#. (2011). Evidence of cellulose metabolism by the giant panda gut microbiome. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108, 17714-17719.


Zhu, L., Zhang, S., Gu, X., and Wei, F#. (2011). Significant genetic boundaries and spatial dynamics of giant pandas occupying fragmented habitat across southwest China. Molecular Ecology 20, 1122-1132.


Zhu, L., Zhan, X., Meng, T., Zhang, S., and Wei, F#. (2010). Landscape features influence gene flow as measured by cost-distance and genetic analyses: a case study for giant pandas in the Daxiangling and Xiaoxiangling Mountains. BMC Genetics 11, 72.


Zhu, L., Zhan, X., Wu, H., Zhang, S., Meng, T., Bruford, M.W., and Wei, F#. (2010). Conservation implications of drastic reductions in the smallest and most isolated populations of giant pandas. Conservation Biology 24, 1299-1306.