Mechanisms of social behavior: implications for human health. Friday, Sept. 4th

The Triangle Center for Evolutionary Medicine (TriCEM) and the National Evolutionary Synthesis Center (NESCent) are please to announce the symposium Mechanisms of social behavior: implications for human health.

This symposium will bring together scientists working on the mechanisms underlying social behavior at multiple levels (genetic, physiological, cognitive and behavioral) in a variety of vertebrate species, including frogs, mice, non-human primates and humans. Presentations will focus on the relevance of these mechanisms to an enhanced understanding of health and disease, both in humans and non-human animals. In addition to the presentations, there will be ample opportunity for interactions and discussion between the presenters and attendees, including a poster session. Friday, Sept. 4th 2015, 8:00am – 6:00pm Semans Center Great Hall, Duke University.

Lunch will be provided. Attendees are asked to RSVP through the form below.

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