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Past and Upcoming Speakers

The International Society for Evolution, Medicine & Public Health has had the honor of hosting brilliant and engaging speakers that are in the top of their fields. You can view our list of previous and upcoming speakers below:

Name Title Meeting
Val Curtis Keynote 2018
Maria Gloria Dominguez-Bello Keynote 2018
Katie Hinde Keynote 2018
Christopher Kuzawa Keynote 2018
Andrew Read Keynote 2018
Jacob Scott Keynote 2018
John C. Marshall Special symposium speaker 2018
Seth Bordenstein Special symposium speaker 2018
Jennifer Stearns Special symposium speaker 2018
Katherine Amato Special symposium speaker 2018
Athena Aktipis  Special symposium speaker 2018
Scott Aberegg Special symposium speaker 2018
Janelle Ayers Special symposium speaker 2018
Amy Boddy Special symposium speaker 2018
Joe Alcock Special symposium speaker 2018
Sarah Alami Special symposium speaker 2018
Bruce Ellis Special symposium speaker 2018
Barbara Natterson Horowtiz Special symposium speaker 2018
Melissa Wilson-Sayres Special symposium speaker 2018
Randolph Nesse Special symposium speaker 2018
Stephen Stearns Special symposium speaker 2018
Michael Hochberg Special symposium speaker 2018
Gillian Pepper Special symposium speaker 2018
Mervyn Singer Adaptation to critical illness – a conserved approach  2017
Jonathan Wells Maternal capital and the inter- generational transmission of health and disease 2017
Sylvia Cremer Social immunity: protecting the colony against disease 2017
Peer Bork Microbiome 2017
Francisco Ubeda Evolution of sex-specific virulence in infectious disease 2017
Linda Partridge Evolutionary biology and healthy ageing 2017
Helen Ball Changing UK guidelines and practice around maternal-infant-sleep - did an evolutionary perspective help 2016
Martin Blaser Early life microbial metagenome guides developmental phenotypes 2016
Carl Zimmer Evolutionary Medicine and the Media - Engaging Stories and Tricky Concepts 2016
Josh Schiffman Comparative Oncology and the search for better cancer therapeutics 2016
Andrea Graham Why do immune systems harm their bearers? The evolutionary biology of "friendly fire" 2016
Marion Koopmans Smart genes: evolution as a driver for emerging infectious diseases 2016
Harvey Fineberg Evolution in medicine: Past, Present, and Future 2015
Barbara Natterson-Horowitz Zoobiquity and evolutionary medicine 2015
Stephen Stearns What is a patient? 2015
Ruslan Medzhitov What is a disease? 2015
Sir Peter Gluckman From theory and controversy to public policy 2015

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