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Claus Wedekind is a Swiss biological researcher notable for his 1995 study that determined a major histocompatibility complex (MHC) dependent mate preference in humans. Claus Wedekind is currently working as an Associate Professor of Biology, University of Lausanne. Curriculum vitae
2006: Associate Professor of Biology, University of Lausanne
2005: Hrdy Visiting Professor of Conservation Biology, Harvard University, Cambridge MA, USA
2004: SNF Research Professor, University of Bern (later at University of Lausanne)
2003: Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science & Technology (EAWAG), CH-Kastanienbaum.
2000 - 2002: University of Edinburgh, UK (Swiss National Science Foundation)
1999 - 2000: University of Utah, Salt Lake City, USA (Cloëtta & Wander Foundations)
1999: Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science & Technology (EAWAG), CH-Kastanienbaum
1995 - 1999: University of Bern, Switzerland
1994: PhD, University of Bern (Prof. M. Milinski)
Research Interest lies in the study the selective forces that currently act on vertebrates, e.g. the effects of human activities in interaction with natural and sexual selection. We are also study the evolution of cooperation in conflict situations.
Emily S. Clark and Claus Wedekind
Research Article: J Bacteriol Parasitol 2011, S4-001