We invite students, postdocs, faculty, public health practitioners, physicians, and veterinarians to the first annual Evolutionary Medicine Summer Institute (EMSI) at Duke University from June 3 – 9, 2018, organized by the Triangle... READ MORE
TriCEM aims to improve understanding of human, animal and plant health through the application of evolutionary and ecological principles. These perspectives are vital to tackling our most urgent global health challenges, including the emergence of new infectious agents, increases in autoimmune diseases, the obesity epidemic, and threats to food safety and nutritional needs of growing populations.
Across the Triangle, TriCEM is tapping into the wealth of medical, veterinary and public health expertise across schools at Duke, UNC, NC State, NC Central, East Carolina University, and more. We are also capitalizing on growing interest in “One Health-One Medicine” perspectives in the Triangle, and the extensive knowledge of ecology, evolution, and the environment at our universities.
We welcome you to join our listserv so that you can be informed of funding possibilities and events, and hope to see you at a TriCEM-supported activity in the near future!
Charles Nunn, Ph.D., Director TriCEM
Check out Julie Horvath of the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences and North Carolina Central University on WNCN news, discussing the project “Genetic, demographic, and disease vector interactions with apocrine microbiota.” This... READ MORE
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:... READ MORE