ISEMPH 2021 Program
Dates: July 14-16, 2021
Times: 3-9 pm UTC (11am-5 pm EDT)
We are excited to offer the following experiences:
Vaccine Research Center, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases
"SARS-CoV-2 mRNA vaccine development enabled by prototype pathogen preparedness"
July 15, 8 pm UTC
Surgery & Cancer, Imperial College London
"The FEAST Trial: 10 Years On"
July 16, 3:10 pm UTC
Anthropology, The University of Michigan
"Developmental Origins in Evolutionary Perspective: A 20-year Prospective Cohort Study of the Dogon of Mali"
July 15, 3:10 pm UTC
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Yale University
"Leveraging Evolutionary Trade-Offs and Phage Selection Pressure to Reduce Bacterial Pathogenicity in Patient Therapy"
July 16, 8 pm UTC
Evolution and Health Disparities
Increasing Diversity in Evolutionary Medicine Courses
Education in Evolutionary Medicine
Evolutionary Medicine at the Bedside
Organizational Immunity: Evolutionary and Epidemiological Aspects of Infection Prevention by Contact Modulation
Evolutionary and Biopsychosocial Perspectives on Sickness Communication
Psychology of COVID-19
Evolutionary Psychiatry and Neurodiversity
The Utmost Importance of Evolutionary Medicine for Global Health
What Has GWAS Taught Us About Natural Selection
Light and Sleep: The Use and Misuse of Artificial Light in Different Societies
Evolutionary Developmental Pathology: Development, Variations, Pathologies, 'Natural Mutants', and Phenotype-Genotype Links
Generating and Testing Hypotheses in Evolutionary Medicine: Banning the Idiopathic
Philosophical Considerations in Evolutionary Medicine
The ISEMPH program committee for 2021 includes Joe Alcock, Nicole Bender, Michelle Blyth, Sylvia Cremer, Bernie Crespi, Isabel Gordo, Joe Graves, Michael Hochberg (Co-Chair), Jay Labov, Michael Muehlenbein (Chair), Alejandra Nuñez De La Mora, Gillian Pepper, and Frank Rühli.
Please send program questions to email@example.com.