Anth 177AB Human Reproductive Ecology and Endocrinology
Anth 9 Human Behavioral Sciences Methods Lab
Anth 171 Evolutionary Medicine
This course is designed to introduce applications of evolutionary biology to medicine. Topics ranging from the evolution of antibiotic resistance, to aging, obesity, complications in pregnancy and cancer. These topics will be discussed using an evolutionary framework to better understand how these diseases/issues came to be, and what can be done to prevent/treat/mitigate these conditions.
Anth 150 Human Genetics
This course is designed to introduce basic principles of genetics and genomics in human evolution. Topics range from the genome organization, inheritance, molecular evolution, population genetics, comparative genomics, gene x environment interactions, and genetic testing. These topics will be discussed in relation to human evolution, as well as gene-culture interactions and relevant social and ethical issues.