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Flamingos have heart attacks, tigers get breast cancer, gorillas can have eating disorders and dragon flies get obese. Why do animals get the same diseases people do?
CEM Faculty member Benjamin Trumble uncovers genetic mysteries in the modern world.
In a recent interview with ABC 15, CEM faculty member Melissa Wilson Sayres weighs in on the accuracy of the "at-home" ancestry tests. These tests were a popular holiday gift this year.
The 2017 meeting of the International Society of Evolution, Medicine & Public Health will take place August 18-21, in Groningen in conjunction with the XVIth European Society for Evolutionary Biology Meeting.
The Center for Evolution & Medicine is seeking a creative, organized and skilled individual to work under general supervision and take on responsibility for communications and event planning in a team-oriented, highly motivated, small, but fast-paced, environment.
Center for Evolution & Medicine Associate Director, Anne Stone, has been named a Regents' Professor for 2016-2017. Dr.
ASU biologist Melissa Wilson Sayres — whose banana-DNA demo will be one of scores of interactive booths — says it's key for people to meet scientists face to face.
The Center for Evolution & Medicine (CEM) at Arizona State University (ASU) invites applications from exceptional early career scientists for the Evolution & Medicine Research Fellowship.
UCSD/Salk/CARTA and ASU’s Center for Evolution and Medicine partner to increase understanding of human evolutionary biology and its application to medicine and health