The Evolution & Medicine Review

The ISEMPH 2022 program is now final and online, thanks to Program Chairs Michael Hochberg and Alejandra Nuñez De La Mora and the Program Committee.  Discounted early registration expires on Sunday May 15, but the discount will still be available on May 16 to avoid confusion from time zone vagaries.

With 80 talks, including 8 distinguished plenary speakers, 60 posters, and a variety of social events, this will be the best evolutionary medicine meeting yet. Please also note events on July 5, including the welcome reception at 17:30.
All are welcome, from students to advanced researchers.

The conference will be held at the Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian (FCG, in the Portuguese acronym) in Lisbon. FCG is a pleasant, iconic, and easily accessible place in the center of Lisbon, with ample indoor and outdoor spaces. Around the FCG, there are many options for accommodation and food, covering a wide range of prices and styles, suitable for all.

Sebastian Bonhoeffer, ETH, Switzerland, Combination therapy and the evolution of drug resistance
Mhairi Gibson, University of Bristol, UK, The social and evolutionary dynamics of female genital mutilation/cutting (FGM/C) abandonment
Isabel Gordo, Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciência, Portugal, Eco-evolutionary dynamics of Escherichia coli when it colonizes the intestinal tract
Joseph L. Graves, North Carolina A&T State University, USA, Racial health inequality is a solved problem: Now what do we do about it?
Gunther Janssen, Pharma PHC Centre of Excellence, Hoffman-La Roche / Genentech, Switzerland, Afternoon Discussion and Q&A on Pharma in and Evolutionary World C.
Jessica Metcalf, Princeton University, USA, What we can and can’t predict about the evolutionary trajectory of SARS-CoV-2
Luca Ermini, Winner of the George. C. Williams Prize for work on Evolutionary selection of alleles in the melanophilin gene that impacts on prostate organ function and cancer risk
Haley Randolph, Winner of the $5,000  Omenn Prize, Genetic ancestry effects on the response to viral infection are pervasive but cell type specific

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