Sewall Wright (1889-1988)
American population geneticist, best known for his "shifting balance theory," and as one of the three founders of modern theoretical population genetics (with Fisher and Haldane).
Wright in 1928. From Provine, p. 173.
- Student, Bussey Institution, Harvard University
- Student, Cold Spring Harbor, summer 1911
- Researcher, USDA, through the end of 1925
- Professor, University of Chicago, 1926-1954
- Fulbright professor, University of Edinburgh, 1949-1950
- Emeritus professor, University of Wisconsin, from 1954
- J. F. Crow (Wisconsin)
- Motoo Kimura (Wisconsin)
- Janice Spofford (Chicago)
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