The note below from ISEMPH President Stephen Stearns will be of interest to all in the Evolution and Medicine Network. Click here to submit your abstract for the Annual Meeting.
Announcing our President-Elect
I would like to announce the election of our next President, Dr. Barbara Natterson-Horowitz. Barb is a cardiologist with broad interests who has written an award-winning book,Zoobiquity: The Astonishing Connection Between Human and Animal Health, with Kathryn Bowers. She will take over as President at the end of our 2019 meeting in Zürich; in the meantime she will serve as President-Elect on our Executive Committee.
Our 4th annual meeting takes place this year in Park City, Utah, August 1-4, 2018. It is an opportunity for biologists, anthropologists, students, clinicians and public health professionals to share their research, use evolutionary insights to improve medical research and practice, and tap exposure to issues in medicine and public health to advance evolutionary biology. See https://isemph.org/annualmeeting
The meeting will be anchored by presentations from six internationally-known keystone speakers and special symposia on Alternatives to Antibiotics, Evolution and the Microbiome, Evolutionary Health Behavior, and Evolution in Sepsis and the Critically Ill.
A Pre-Conference on Wilderness Medicine – Human Adaptation to Extreme Environments –takes place August 1st.
You can download a poster for ISEMPH 2018 here. Please share it widely.
ISEMPH 2018 is accepting abstracts to be considered for poster or platform presentations now. Submit today by clicking here
– Abstract Submission Deadline March 15, 2018
– Early Bird Registration Deadline April 30, 2018
– Conference Begins August 1-4, 2018
Yarrow DoubleTree Hotel in Park City, Utah. Lodging information and additional conference details are here: https://isemph.org/Location-and-Lodging
Travel grants are available for students submitting abstracts, based on scientific merit, need, and underrepresented categories in STEM. Contact conference organizer Janice.firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
In January 2018 we revised the membership categories and fees to make the Society more accessible to people in all countries. Fees now depend on both professional status and the GDP of your home country. For a complete list of membership fees and categories, clickhere.
If you are not currently a member and would like to attend the meeting in Park City, you can see from the fee structure that there is an incentive to join ISEMPH for one year and register for the meeting as a member.
I look forward to greeting you in Park City in August.