Social distancing in the animal kingdom
Friday, May 1st at 1pm ET
Join us for a conversation with Julia Buck, Assistant Professor of Biology at University of North Carolina at Wilmington, and Dana Hawley, Professor of Biological Sciences at Virginia Tech. They’ll be leading a discussion on what we can learn from behaviors akin to social distancing in nature. They wrote a recent short popular science piece on this topic and also recommend that attendees read a review paper* by Valerie Curtis on this topic entitled “Infection-avoidance behavior in humans and other animals.”
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Join us (virtually) for Club EvMed! These regularly-held virtual meetings are styled around the idea of a journal club, with a different topic and discussion leader each time. Stay connected with the evolutionary medicine community during this time of social distancing by tuning in! You can also view previous webinars at our website.