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The monograph on the Koobi Fora craniodental hominin fossils (Wood, 1991), which was 16 years in the making, combined descriptions of fossils with the results of statistical analyses undertaken to test alpha taxonomic and phylogenetic hypotheses.
For the latest updates, visit the Hominid Paleobiology Laboratory webpage.. My current research interests are phylogeny reconstruction, hominin systematics, dental evolution, evolvability within the hominin clade, and diet reconstruction; some individual projects are confined to one of these interests, others span several.
Bernard Wood He received his Ph.D. in 1975 and then worked as a faculty member in The University of London, becoming University Reader in Anatomy in 1978, and S.A. Courtauld Professor of Anatomy in 1982.
Bernard Wood is a true gem. He really loves teaching and spending time with you as a student, which is a rare among professors with his experience and gravitas. His lectures are long but enjoyable with fun anecdotes .
Bernard’s father, William Wood (1858–1921), one of six brothers, founded William Wood and Company in the 1890s, which Bernard took over after his father’s death. William Wood and Company was a trading and manufacturing company dealing mostly in agricultural produce and machinery.
Bernard Wood's primary interests are directed towards developing a better understanding the evolution of the human lineage, or clade. He is interested in the hominins themselves, their adaptations and in the processes and factors that shaped their evolution.
Wood, Bernard J., Accretion and core formation: constraints from metal-silicate partitioning, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A-Mathematical Physical and Engineering Sciences, 2008 DOI (10.1098/rsta.2008.0115)