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브루스 월드만 Waldman, Bruce

브루스 월드만
연구분야
면역학 생태학 유전학 진화생물학 행동생물학
1. Behavioral ecology and evolution
   • Altruism and social cooperation 
   • Mate choice
   • Animal communication
2. Molecular ecology
   • Genetic variation and population structure
   • Inbreeding avoidance and optimal outbreeding
3. Conservation biology
   • Emerging infectious diseases and amphibian population decline
   • Captive management strategies
   • Identification of cryptic species
4. Immune system evolution, ecology and behavior
   • Innate and adaptive immunity to novel pathogens
   • Balancing selection for MHC variation
   • MHC-based kin recognition
학력/경력
학력
  • - 1975.9-1983.8 박사: Neurobiology and Behavior, Cornell University
  • - 1971.9-1975.5 학사: Honors Biology, University of Illinois, Urbana
경력
  • - 2017 ~ Professor, Seoul National University
  • - 2009 ~ 2017 Associate Professor, Seoul National University
  • - 2007 ~ 2015 Honorary Research Associate, Lincoln University
  • - 2006 ~ 2009 Visiting Scholar, Univ. of Texas, Austin
  • - 1998 ~ 1999 Visiting Scholar, Univ. of California, Berkeley
  • - 1994 ~ 2006 Senior Lecturer, University of Canterbury
  • - 1992 ~ 1994 Lecturer, University of Canterbury
  • - 1988 ~ 1992 Associate Professor, Harvard University
  • - 1984 ~ 1988 Assistant Professor, Harvard University
  • - 1983 ~ 1984 NATO Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Cambridge
주요논문
  1. Carver S, Bell BD, Waldman B (2010) Does chytridiomycosis disrupt amphibian skin function? Copeia 2010: 487-495.
  2. Fouquet A, Green DM, Waldman B, Bowsher JH, McBride KP, Gemmell NJ (2010) Phylogeography of Leiopelma hochstetteri reveals strong genetic structure and suggests new conservation priorities. Conserv Genet 11: 907-919.
  3. Barribeau SM, Villinger J, Waldman B (2008) Major histocompatibility complex based resistance to a common bacterial pathogen of amphibians. PLoS One 3: e2692.
  4. Villinger J, Waldman B (2008) Self-referent MHC type matching in frog tadpoles. Proc R Soc B 275: 1225-1230.
  5. Bos DB, Waldman B (2006) Evolution by recombination and transspecies polymorphism in the MHC class I gene of Xenopus laevis. Mol Biol Evol 23: 137-143.