Schizophrenia: Recent selection for protective alleles

Schizophrenia: Recent selection for protective alleles

New data and analyses suggests new explanations for the persistence of alleles that increase the risk of schizophrenia. A 2019 article by Liu, et al. suggested that rapid selection for cognitive and emotional traits during human evolution may have increased the risk...
The future of evolutionary medicine

The future of evolutionary medicine

A Frontiers Forum video with superb production quality and commentaries from leaders in the field, including Prof Barbara Natterson Horowitz | Department of Human Evolutionary Biology, Harvard University, and School of Medicine, UCLA Division of Cardiology, USA • Prof...
New from Evolution, Medicine, & Public Health

New from Evolution, Medicine, & Public Health

Volume 11, Issue 1, 2023 (In Progress). Read the current issue Original researchBiomarkers or biotargets? Using competition to lure cancer cells into evolutionary traps Anuraag Bukkuri and Frederick R Adler The effects of lifestyle change on indicators of...