Ji Qiang is a Chinese paleontologist. His recent research interests include climate change during the Cretaceous, establishing the standard for the Devonian-Carboniferous Boundary in China, and comparing the biology of the marine and terrestrial strata in Late Mesozoic Tibet.
He graduated university from Nanjing University in Jiangsu, China. He has a number of current roles: Researcher of Geology at the Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences in Beijing; Visiting Professor at Lanzhou University, Hebei University of Technology, Capital University, and Bohai University; Deputy Director of the Paleontological Fossil Committee at the Ministry of Land Resources; Executive Deputy Director of the Chinese Society of Paleontology; Chinese Vice Chairman and Secretary General of the Dinosaur Association; and Vice Chairman and Secretary General of the Asian Dinosaur Association.
Throughout his career, Qiang has published over 180 scientific papers discovering dinosaurs, birds, marsupials, fruits, and flowers.