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Individual & Population Variation in Biology, Medicine, & Society

Diverse researchers—from biology, medicine, statistics, nutrition, sociology, public health, anthropology, athletics, and more—will be collaborating across traditional research boundaries to investigate the causes and consequences of individual and popula

Sociality & Health Ecosystems

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Description: What do we know at the life sciences levels for the causes and consequences of population variation? For example, there is interesting work in non-human systems about how environmental variation and climate drives population variation. How can the [basic] life sciences be applied (or not) to the human level? Interesting and important underlying models include developmental processes, input on cognitive capacity, and how that influences aging and senescence.

Working Group Agenda, Notes & Resources

Working Group Schedule & Locations

May 15, Day 1: 9-1 (including coffee break and sandwich lunch)

·       Mon the 15th: NHB 6.408

May 17, Day 3: 3-5

·       Wed the 17th: GDC 7.514

May 19, Day 5: 11-1 (interactive meeting w/ other WGs, lunch)

·       Fri the 19th: GDC 7.514

May 23, Day 7: 1-3

·       Tue the 23rd: NHB 6.408

May 25: Day 9: 1-4 (including coffee break)

·       Thur the 25th: NHB 6.408

(times can shift depending who is in this group)

Institute Coordinator

TESSA SOLOMON-LANE

Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Integrative Biology
College of Natural Sciences
tksolomonlane@utexas.edu
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Hofmann Lab

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