Clockwise: Group photo at our annual 2017 lab retreat; Visit to a stream in Keelung, Taiwan, 2013 (Photo credit: Henrietta Woo); Visit to Lake Taal after the Phillipine Symposium of Freshwater Biodiversity and Ecosystems 2016

Liew Jia Huan

  Research Assistant
  PhD NUS;
  BSc (Hons) NUS

  Department of Biological Sciences
  National University of Singapore
  14 Science Drive 4
  Singapore 117543

  Tel: +65-65164255
  Fax: +65-67795671
  ResearchGate profile

Areas of interest

Freshwater ecology; Community ecology; Ecosystem functioning; Biological invasion


My interest in ecology started with my undergraduate work on the autecology of an introduced fish, Acarichthys heckelii in Singapore. In my PhD work, I focused on characterising the trophic ecology of reservoir communities and attempted to elucidate mechanisms underlying important ecological processes.

Current projects

I am currently working on modelling freshwater food webs using data from gut content and stable isotope analysis. Together with other members of the lab, we hope to use these models predictively to inform the management of freshwater habitats. I am also working on assessing the impacts of anthropogenic stressors on various measures of ecosystem functioning (e.g., food webs).

Selected publications