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Thursday 4/15/10

We will not be meeting today because of the Human Biology Association meetings going on in Albuquerque. Students of the Seminar in Evolutionary Medicine are encouraged to do one of two excellent options – either attend the podium session at the HBA meeting to hear Dr. Kuzawa give another lecture, or go UNM department of Biology to hear Sam Loker give a talk on Evolution of the Immune System (see below). They are happening at the same time, otherwise I would do both!

I will be attending the session on Inflammation, Stress, and Health that begins at 3:45pm at the Albuquerque Hotel on Rio Grande Blvd:

Option A: PODIUM SESSION D: Inflammation, Stress and Health
Chair: Christie Rockwell
Weavers Room
Ovarian, energetic and inflammatory variables are associated with serial endometrial thickness measurements in a sample of Canadian women. KBH CLANCY, AR BAERWALD, RA PIERSON.
Early origins of inflammation: prenatal and postnatal environments predict pro- and anti-inflammatory cytokines in young Filipino adults. TW MCDADE, C KUZAWA, Y HUANG.
Tsimane health and life history project: inflammation does not always promote arterial aging and cardiovascular disease risk factors. M GURVEN, H KAPLAN, J WINKING.
Effects of diet, household economy and social stress on growth and health of indigenous Shuar of Ecuadorian Amazonia. LS SUGIYAMA, JJ SNODGRASS, AD BLACKWELL, FC MADIMENOS, MA LIEBERT.
Embodying violence and the biocultural approach: how can we revise our models to better inform global health disparities? IL PIKE, BS STRAIGHT, C HILTON, M OESTERLE.

Option B:

This Thursday (tomorrow), April 15th, Sam Loker will be presenting Biology’s Department Seminar at 3:30PM in 100 Castetter Hall.  The title of his talk will be, “Macroevolutionary Immunology”.  Light refreshments will be served in the basement of Castetter Hall prior to the seminar.

For questions call:
Jennifer Kavka
Program Manager
Center for Evolutionary & Theoretical Immunology (CETI)
Phone: 505-277-5508
Fax: 505-277-7234

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Joe Alcock

Emergency Physician, Educator, Researcher, interested in the microbiome, evolution, and medicine

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