Naihui Wang

Doctoral Researcher
Department of Archaeology
IMPRS
FINDER Research Group
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Main Focus

Naihui is a PhD student in the FINDER project. FINDER stands for Fossil Fingerprinting and Identification of New Denisovan Remains from Pleistocene Asia, and aims to identify hominin remains among fragmented bones from key archaeological sites. Naihui will focus on finding special faunal remains from tiny bones in China. The identification of these remains will be completed through a combination of techniques, including ZooMS collagen fingerprinting, radiocarbon dating, and ancient DNA.

Curriculum Vitae

2016-2019: Master Degree, Northwest University (Xi'an, China), Department of Archaeology 

2012-2016: Bachelor Degree, Northwest University (Xi'an, China), Department of Cultural Heritage Conservation


Publications


Naihui Wang, Samantha Brown, Peter Ditchfield, Sandra Hebestreit, Maxim Kozilikin, Sindy Luu, Oshan Wedage Stefano Grimaldi, Michael Chazan, Liora Horwitz Kolska, Matthew Spriggs, Glenn Summerhayes, Michael Shunkov, Kristine Korzow Richter, Katerina Douka. "Testing the efficacy and comparability of ZooMS protocols on archaeological bone." Journal of Proteomics 233 (2021): 104078. 


Brown Samantha, Naihui Wang, Annette Oertle, Maxim B Kozlikin, Michael V Shunkov, Anatoly P Derevianko, Daniel Comeskey, Blair Jope-Street, Virginia L Harvey, Manasij Pal Chowdhury, Michael Buckley, Thomas Higham, Katerina Douka. "Zooarchaeology through the lens of collagen fingerprinting at Denisova Cave." Scientific Reports 11, no. 1 (2021): 15457. 


Yang Xu, Naihui Wang, Shizhu Gao, Chunxiang Li, Pengcheng Ma, Shasha Yang, Hai Jiang, Shoujin Shi, Yanhua Wu, Quanchao Zhang, Yinqiu Cui. "Solving the two-decades-old murder case through joint application of ZooMS and ancient DNA approaches." International Journal of Legal Medicine 137, no. 2 (2023): 319-327. 


Naihui Wang, Xu Yang, Zhuowei Tang, Cunding He, Xin Hu, Yinqiu Cui, Katerina Douka. "Large-scale application of palaeoproteomics (Zooarchaeology by Mass Spectrometry; ZooMS) in two Palaeolithic faunal assemblages from China." Proceedings of the Royal Society B 290, no. 2009 (2023): 20231129


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