We’re thrilled to announce our Fall 2020 cohort of Graduate Student Award winners. We had a fantastic applicant pool from Duke, NC A&T, NCCU, and NC State and were able to support 11 graduate students studying diverse evolutionary medicine topics ranging from late blight in tomato to co-adaptation of microbes in space. Congratulations to all Read more about Announcing our Fall 2020 Graduate Student Awardees![…]
Through the Duke University Office of the Provost, TriCEM is pleased to announce two opportunities to support current Duke graduate students during Summer 2020, detailed below. Interested students should submit the following to Meredith Spence Beaulieu (firstname.lastname@example.org): a letter of application a brief CV (2 page maximum) a letter of support from the department DGS, Read more about Summer opportunities for Duke graduate students[…]
The Triangle Center for Evolutionary Medicine (TriCEM, www.tricem.org) at Duke University seeks to hire an Assistant Director. Applicants should have a Masters or Ph.D. and demonstrated experience in evolutionary medicine, scientific communication, and interdisciplinary research. Evidence of successful grant writing, an innovative mindset, excellent organizational abilities, and research experience in one of TriCEM’s tracks (Pathogenic and Read more about TriCEM is searching for a new Assistant Director![…]
TriCEM Spotlight Researcher: William Parker, PhD Dr. William Parker on Evolutionary Medicine: “I found my voice in evolutionary medicine and people like Charlie Nunn and Randolph Nesse gave me an arena in which to speak” Dr. William Parker greets everyone with a smile. He likes to meet in person, and finds joy in research, education, Read more about Spotlight Researcher Dr. William Parker[…]
TriCEM welcomes James Herrera as the new Assistant Director, and Grace Farley as the new Programming Assistant.