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15 Responses to “Syllabi”

  1. Joe Alcock says:

    University of New Mexico Evolutionary Medicine Program
    http://evolutionmedicine.wordpress.com/

  2. Joe Alcock says:

    University of New Mexico Evolutionary Medicine Course
    Details of the course are found at this blog:
    http://evolutionmedicine.wordpress.com/
    You can browse the syllabus here:
    http://evolutionmedicine.wordpress.com/

  3. We are offering this Evolution and Evolutionary Medicine course for medical students since 1997 (in Spanish).

  4. Nicole Bender says:

    I am starting to teach evolutionary medicine this year (February) at the medical faculty of the University of Bern (Switzerland). I will give a practical for third year students and a lecture for fifth year students.

  5. Leticia Aviles says:

    Please, update hyperlink to the University of British Columbia’s Darwinian Medicine course to:
    http://domingo.zoology.ubc.ca/isci350/
    Thanks.

  6. Since 2007 I am providing a net-based course in Evolutionary Medicine at Kristianstad University College in Sweden.

  7. Daniel Promislow says:

    I teach a course in Evolutionary Medicine at the University of Georgia (see GENE4070 at http://bulletin.uga.edu/bulletin/courses/descript/gene.html)

  8. Elizabeth Uhl says:

    “On the Origins of Disease” is a new course at The University of Georgia. It has a comparative evolutionary perspective on the origins and pathogenesis of disease, as diseases of both man and animals are discussed. http://www.vet.uga.edu/vpp/uhl/VPAT6000/index.php

  9. Kevin Boyd says:

    Is anyone aware of an institution who is making Evolutionary Medicine courses available to non-physician healthcare professionals? I am an academic pediatric dentist and am greatly inspired by this shifting paradigm in medical education; I feel this must also occur in dental education and would like to better prepare myself for helping the process move forward.

    Any advice/input will be appreciated.

  10. KBHC says:

    I teach an undergraduate course called “ANTH 249: Evolution and Human Disease” in the Anthropology Department at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.

  11. I teach an upper-level genetics course (Evolutionary Medicine) in the Dept. of Genetics at Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ. In the Fall of 2012 I will teach a non-majors version as a Signature course for the School of Arts and Sciences.

  12. Grazyna Jasienska says:

    Since 2009 I teach a course on evolutionary medicine and public health for Public Health students at Jagiellonian University, Collegium Medicum in Krakow, Poland.

  13. Peter Ellison says:

    Charles Nunn and I teach Science of Living Systems 21:Evolutionary Medicine as an undergraduate course in Harvard’s General Education Program.

  14. Since 2012 I am providing a net-based course in Evolutionary Medicine at Kristianstad University College in Sweden

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