James Chienan Liao, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Biology University of Florida, Gainesville, Gainesville, FL, United States 
Area:
locomotion, lateral line
Website:
http://liaolab.com/
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Parents

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George V. Lauder grad student 1999-2004 Harvard
 (Mechanics and control of vortex capture in swimming fishes.)
Joseph R. Fetcho post-doc Cornell (Neurotree)

Children

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Yuzo Yanagitsuru grad student 2015- University of Florida (Neurotree)
Elias Taylor Lunsford grad student 2016- University of Florida (Neurotree)
Otar Akanyeti post-doc 2012-2017 Aberystwyth University (Neurotree)
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Lunsford ET, Liao JC. (2021) Activity of Posterior Lateral Line Afferent Neurons during Swimming in Zebrafish. Journal of Visualized Experiments : Jove
Johansen JL, Akanyeti O, Liao JC. (2020) Oxygen consumption of drift-feeding rainbow trout: the energetic tradeoff between locomotion and feeding in flow. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 223
Lunsford ET, Skandalis DA, Liao JC. (2019) Efferent modulation of spontaneous lateral line activity during and after zebrafish motor commands. Journal of Neurophysiology
McHenry MJ, Johansen JL, Soto AP, et al. (2019) The pursuit strategy of predatory bluefish ( Pomatomus saltatrix). Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 286: 20182934
Yanagitsuru YR, Akanyeti O, Liao JC. (2018) Head width influences flow sensing by the lateral line canal system in fishes. The Journal of Experimental Biology
Haehnel-Taguchi M, Akanyeti O, Liao JC. (2018) Behavior, Electrophysiology and Robotics Experiments to Study Lateral Line Sensing in Fishes. Integrative and Comparative Biology
Liao JC, Akanyeti O. (2017) Fish Swimming in a Kármán Vortex Street: Kinematics, Sensory Biology and Energetics. Marine Technology Society Journal. 51: 48-55
Akanyeti O, Putney J, Yanagitsuru YR, et al. (2017) Accelerating fishes increase propulsive efficiency by modulating vortex ring geometry. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Stewart WJ, Johansen JL, Liao JC. (2017) A non-toxic dose of cobalt chloride blocks hair cells of the zebrafish lateral line. Hearing Research. 350: 17-21
Stewart WJ, Tian FB, Akanyeti O, et al. (2016) Refuging rainbow trout selectively exploit flows behind tandem cylinders. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 219: 2182-91
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