The Evolution & Medicine Review (EMRis a scientific publication created by and for the community of scientists, scholars, clinicians and teachers working at the interface of evolution and medicine/public health.The EMR provides open access to carefully selected information from diverse sources, along with engaging commentary and opportunities for discussion.

The International Society for Evolution, Medicine, & Public Health sponsors the review, along with an Oxford University Press Journal, Evolution, Medicine, & Public Health.

The EMR is not mainly for publishing original research, although that is possible.  It is intended instead as an information nexus for the field.  The posts on the homepage are written by scientists who have volunteered to serve as Senior Correspondents and can provide diverse authoritative perspectives from many different subfields. They report on new papers, projects, meetings, teaching resources, and funding opportunities.

Our larger aim is to help build the evolution and medicine community by providing a central resource that everyone can use and contribute to. With your help, the EMR can fulfill that role. We encourage all who are working or interested in the intersection of evolution and medicine to post replies and information that others may be able to use.