Proposals to support research on evolutionary perspectives on human, animal, and plant health are now being accepted by the Triangle Center for Evolutionary Medicine (TriCEM). TriCEM is inviting proposals in the following areas: Seed Grants, Graduate Fellowships, and Working Groups. … Continued
Thank you to all who attended!
Follow the link to watch a recording of Dr. Charles Nunn’s recent Science Cafe talk at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences.
YOUR BODY BY DARWIN-Jeremy Taylor Monday, February 01, 2016 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm Doctors often work to cure our ills as if we are malfunctioning machines and they are teams of skilled mechanics. But the human body is not … Continued
VIEW A RECORDING OF THE EVENT: https://nsoe.capture.duke.edu/Panopto/Pages/Viewer.aspx?id=5209ee68-b70b-4c73-b8fd-debd83190f84 Many of the most newsworthy infectious disease outbreaks of today are harbored in wildlife, including Ebola, SARS coronaviruses, and Lyme disease. Evidence also suggests that risks from some types of infectious diseases are … Continued
Registration is now open for the ISEMPH 2nd Annual Meeting in Durham, North Carolina. The meeting will be held June 22-25, 2016. Deadline for Abstract submission and early registration is January 30, 2016. Plenary speakers for the 2016 ISEMPH Meeting … Continued
Dr. Charles Nunn (Director, TriCEM; Professor, Evolutionary Anthropology and Global Health, Duke University) and Dr. Craig McClain (Deputy Director, TriCEM) speak with Ernie Hood at Radio In Vivo about rolling out TriCEM to the Triangle science community, Dr. Nunn’s research on mammalian … Continued
We are delighted to invite you to a 2 day meeting on “The Use of Pathogen Genetic Data for Informing the Spread of Infectious Diseases Within and Between Individuals.” The meeting is sponsored by TriCEM (the Triangle Center for Evolutionary … Continued
TriCEM is proud to be cosponsoring Dr. Tony L. Goldberg, PhD, DVM, MS, on Tuesday, November 10, 2015 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. for his talk title Scary Viruses, Killer Tapeworms, and Nostril Ticks:Unanticipated Adventures in One Health. The talk will occur at … Continued
Please join us at Duke University on October 16th 11:45 am to 12:45 pm for a special seminar by Moll Fox title “The evolution of human longevity and grandmother cognitive health.” The seminar will in Room 013 in the Biological … Continued