1960 Harvard College, B.A. Chemistry and Physics
1963 University of California, Berkeley, M.A. Zoology
1965 University of California, Berkeley, Ph.D. Biophysics
1966 California Institute of Technology, PostDoc Computer Science
Professor of Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, 1998‑present
Program Director, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Undergraduate Science Education Program, 1989‑present
Professor of Biology, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, 1980‑1998
Associate Professor of Biology, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, 1971‑1980
Assistant Professor of Biology, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, 1966‑1970
Guest Professor, Biozentrum der Universitat, Basel, Switzerland, 1977
Visiting Fellow, Laboratory of F. Crick and S. Brenner, MRC, Cambridge England, 1974
Fellow, Nobel Institute for Neurophysiology, Stockholm, Sweden, 1970‑71
Research Fellow in Applied Science, California Institute Technology, 1966
Teaching Assistant (Neurophysiology) University California Berkeley, 1964
Researcher, Kerckhoff Marine Labs., California Institute of Technology, 1962
Researcher, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, San Diego, California, 1961
SELECTED PUBLICATIONS NOT IN PUBMED
Wyman, R. J. (2003) The Projection Problem. Population and Environment 24:329-337.
Nie, Y.L. and R.J. Wyman (2005) The one child policy in Shanghai: acceptance and internalization. Population and Development Review 31(2):313-336.
Wyman, Robert (2011) Population, Water and Health: The Demographic Background.
Water and Sanitation Related Diseases and the Environment. pp29-40 Wiley-Blackwell
Wyman, Robert (2011) Population stability is a long way off. Nature 474:284-285.
Wyman, Robert (2013) Population pressure and Global Warming in the Depletion of Fresh Water. Population and Development Review (39):687-704.
Yao, Guigui and Wyman, R .J. (2016) Population pp 304-315 Handbook of Religion and Ecology. Routledge, London.