Aging Reconsidered

Aging Reconsidered

October 12, 2020 Research on aging has been foundational for evolutionary medicine. A recent article by Maklakov & Chapman in Proceedings B “Evolution of aging as a tangle of trade-offs: Energy versus function” reviews history and progress and offers a new idea....

New PhD Program at Baylor

New PhD Program at Baylor

The Department of Anthropology at Baylor University is accepting student applications for a new PhD program in the Anthropology of Health (broadly conceived, including biomedical anthropology, evolutionary medicine, global health, medical anthropology, and other...

PostDoc in EvMed Ed

Postdoc at Michigan State University Job no: 677385Work type: Faculty/Academic StaffMajor Administrative Unit / College: Lyman Briggs CollegeDepartment: Lyman Briggs Dean 10028546Salary: Salary Commensurate with ExperienceLocation: East LansingCategories: Full Time...

Four ClubEvMeds in November–sign up now

Four ClubEvMeds in November–sign up now

Club EvMed: Postdoc Spotlight Wednesday, November 4th at 1pm EST Join us for a special Club EvMed where we’ll be highlighting some of the exciting work done by postdoctoral researchers in the field of evolutionary medicine. We will hear 12-minute research talks from...

Club EvMed this week

Pathogen selection for HLA gene diversity and its consequences for autoimmunity and cancer immunotherapy. Sign up here for the meeting link. Tuesday, October 27th at 1pm EDT Join us for a conversation with Tobias L. Lenz of the Research Group for...

ClubEvMed: James DeGregori on Cancer

ClubEvMed: James DeGregori on Cancer

How recent characterizations of somatic mutations in humans inform an evolutionary understanding of aging and cancer Monday, October 19th at 1pm EDT. Sign up here for the meeting link. Join us for a conversation with James DeGregori, Courtenay C. And...