TriCEM supports research on social and biological determinants of health, including ways that natural selection shapes our life history traits and the genetic variants that underlie health and disease.
We have supported a range of working groups, presentations, and seed grants in this area.
Physiological mechanisms of lemur life history trade-offs (2019)
Aging, life history tradeoffs and inflammation in a high physical activity and high microbial burden environment (2018)
Progressive Loss of Chemical Resistance in Pollution-Adapted Atlantic Killifish (2017)
Linking Fish Models to Human Health Through the Sequences of Living Fossils (2016)
Risk Alleles for Type 2 Diabetes in Sea Islanders and Evolutionary Lag: A Comparative Analysis (2016)
Immunologically Structured Societies (2016)
Cutaneous leishmaniasis in Peru: A One Health working group (2018)
An Evolutionary Perspective on the Role of Disgust in Psychiatric Illness (2016)
Evolutionary Perspectives on Global Health: Plasticity and Pathways (2015)
The Energetic Basis of Aging: An Evolutionary Perspective (August 2015)
Mechanisms of Social Behavior: Implications for Human Health (2015)