September 11, 2019

Innovative Evolutionary Medicine

Most proposals that we receive can be categorized into one of our four core research tracks. However, some projects do fall outside of the realm of these tracks while still meeting TriCEM’s mission. To be funded in Innovative Evolutionary Medicine–our “other” category–projects must demonstrate an integral evolutionary component and clear relevance to the field of evolutionary medicine.


Seed Grants:

A new approach for identifying pathologic bone in living and extinct species (2020)

Global assessment of functional nucleotide substitutions in primate regulatory elements (2019)

Marine mammals point the way toward new therapies to prevent hypoxia (2019)

Comparative analysis of hemostatic immaturity in infants and piglets to develop a translational model of infant extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (2019)