I am currently a Hutchinson postdoctoral fellow in Dr. Vanessa Ezenwa's lab at Yale University, studying effects of parasites/pathogens on hosts and the environment. I received my Ph.D. from Dr. Wendy Turner's lab at University of Wisconsin-Madison, studying anthrax dynamics in herbivorous wildlife in Etosha National Park, Namibia and Kruger National Park, South Africa.

My research interests include disease and movement ecology. I examine disease spatiotemporal dynamics, with data on disease infections and animal host movements. I apply quantitative skills to assess characteristics of empirical disease dynamics and animal movements. These patterns provide underlying information of effects of the environment and/or disease transmission. I also apply simulation models to evaluate whether host movements potentially drive disease dynamics.

Education and Licensure
​University of Wisconsin-Madison
Ph.D. in Wildlife Ecology


​National Taiwan University
Double Degree of D.V.M. and B.S. in Life Science   

2014 – present

Veterinary Licensure

Taiwan Board of Veterinary Medicine                   


Yen-Hua Huang, Ph.D., D.V.M