ISEMPH 2022 will be in Lisbon July 5-8, in person!
Additional information coming soon.
ISEMPH 2021 was all online
Wednesday through Friday, July 14-16, 2021
from 3 pm to 9 pm UTC (11 am to 5 pm EDT)
making it possible for friends and colleagues
from around the world to participate at nominal expense.
Registrants can still see presentations by logging in,
others will be able to view them in about a month.
Plenary speakers and interactive activities will be live, all other talks
The mission of the International Society for Evolution, Medicine, and Public Health is to foster communication among scientists, students, clinicians and public health professionals who want to use evolutionary insights to improve medical research and practice, and to use studies of human health and disease to advance evolutionary biology. To accomplish this mission ISEMPH sponsors annual meetings, the journal Evolution, Medicine, & Public Health, The Evolution and Medicine Review, and EvMedEd. Join ISEMPH to help us discover new ways that evolutionary biology can improve human health. Special discounts on membership and renewal until March 30, 2021.
The 2019 meeting was August 13-16 at the University of Zurich. Frank Rühli and Nicole Bender chaired the hosting committee, Koos Boomsma chaired the program committee. The abstracts from the 2019 meeting in Zurich are now online
The 2022 meeting will be in Lisbon, Portugal. Patricia Brito is leading planning for the meeting, Michael Hochberg will chair the program committee.
Evolution, Medicine, and Public Health is an open access Oxford University Press journal that publishes original, rigorous applications of evolutionary thought to issues in medicine and public health. It aims to connect evolutionary biology with the health sciences to produce insights that may reduce suffering and save lives. In addition to research and review articles it publishes very short overviews of clinical topics and core principles of evolutionary medicine. Charles Nunn is the Editor. He welcomes email notes about possible article.