Five new EMPH publications

The first month of 2020 brings five new open access publications in Evolution, Medicine and Public Health. Biological normalcy by Andrea S Wiley, Jennifer M Cullin Culture, behavior and health by Margarita Hernandez, James K. Gibb Fish consumption...

Smoke and natural selection

Twenty years ago I listed several questions about evolution and medicine that I hoped someone would work on. The first was, "Has exposure to smoke shaped human adaptations?" The amazingly comprehensive answer is provided in "The Exposome in Human Evolution: From Dust...

TriCEM's Evolutionary Medicine Summer Institute

Applications open now We are excited to announce that we are now accepting applications for the 2020 Evolutionary Medicine Summer Institute (EMSI), held May 17-22 at NC State. The goal of EMSI is to introduce core evolutionary concepts to a wide range...

Special Issue on Evolutionary Medicine

In the Journal of Molecular Evolution, edited by Konstantinos Voskarides (not open access) EditorialEditorial: A New Bright Era for Evolutionary MedicineKonstantinos VoskaridesPages 1-2Download PDF (552KB) View Article Abstract: Evolutionary Medicine is...

Evolutionary Medicine Conference in Hamburg, May 17-20, 2020

The 40th Blankenese Conference will be on Evolutionary Medicine. It is limited to 100 participants. Many distinguished speakers have confirmed attendance. Chairmen Co-Organizers Meyerhof, Homburg Manuel Friese, Hamburg Dietmar Richter, Hamburg Tobias Huber, Hamburg...

8 New Clinical Briefs in EMPH 2019

The Oxford Press open access journal Evolution, Medicine & Public Health has published eight new Clinical Briefs in 2019. They are lovely one page summaries that are perfect for teaching...or just pleasure reading. The shapes of virulence to come Aakash...