Join us in Groningen for the 2017 ISEMPH Meeting!
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. ISEMPH brings together scientists, teachers, clinicians, and students in the evolution and medicine community to share ideas and create new connections that will advance the field. This open meeting is designed to bridge the many different disciplines where relevant research takes place, including infectious disease, public health, genetics, anthropology, psychology, oncology, ecology, and veterinary medicine.
The first two days of the ISEMPH Annual Meeting will be at the University of Groningen Medical Center, the Monday sessions will be at the Groningen Conference Center in conjunction with the European Society for Evolutionary Biology Biannual Meeting August 20-25. Separate registration and abstract submission is required. Registration for either meeting provides admission to all joint events. Early Bird discounted registration is available until April 15. Members get a substantial discount, and there is a 20% discount for those who register for both meetings. For questions about the program, please send a note to email@example.com.
February 15 Abstract submission deadline for ISEMPH and designated ESEB symposia
March 15 Notification of decisions about abstracts
March 31 Early registration deadline for ESEB
April 14 Deadline for early discounted ISEMPH registration
July 1 Deadline for regular ISEMPH registration
*August 18-21 ISEMPH Meeting
*August 20-25 ESEB Meeting
*Registration for the ISEMPH meeting includes the overlap day (August 21st) with ESEP. You do not need a separate registration for it.
George C. Williams Prize
The Prize recognizes the contributions of George C Williams to evolutionary medicine, and aims to encourage and highlight important research in this growing field. The $5,000 Prize will be awarded to the first author of the most significant article published in 2016 in the Society’s flagship journal, Evolution, Medicine and Public Health. Oxford University Press publishes the journal open access. All articles published in 2016 will be automatically considered for the Prize.
Gilbert S. Omenn Prize
The International Society for Evolution, Medicine & Public Health invites nominations for the Omenn Prize of $5000 for the best article published in 2016 in any scientific journal on a topic related to evolution in the context of medicine and public health. It will be awarded in Augsut at the 2017 ISEMPH Meeting in Groningen. The prize, provided by the generosity of Gilbert S Omenn, will be awarded to the first author of the winning article. Authors are encouraged to nominate their own articles, but nominations of articles by others are also welcome. Nominations open now.
The meeting will take place at the University Medical Center Groningen in Groningen, The Netherlands. The joint day with ESEB, Monday, August 21 will take place at the Congress Center Martiniplaza in Groningen, The Netherlands.
University Medical Center Groningen (UMCG)
19713 GZ Groningen
2NL-9727 KB Groningen,
Traveling by car
UMCG is close to the city center and easier to reach by public transport. When traveling by car, use the address of the parking garage to navigate. UMCG has two parking garages, Parkeergarage Noord and Parkeergarage Zuid.
Martiniplaza is situated next to Motorway A7 (Amsterdam/Drachten, Hoogezand/Germany) and nearby Motorway A28 (Assen/Zwolle). Nearby Martiniplaza are 1500 parking facilities and on the opposite of the main entrance there is a parking garage. Both paid parking.
UMCG and Martiniplaza are both reachable by bus. Use the site http://9292.nl/en to plan your journey. The system is smart, so you can fill in the address of your hotel or the central station Groningen as departure, to UMCG Hoofdingang / Martiniplaza.
Of course you can order a taxi, they can take you to the main entrance of UMCG and Martiniplaza.
- Frank Rühli (chair), University of Zurich
- Joe Alcock, University of New Mexico
- Nicole Bender, University of Zurich
- Dan Blumstein, University of California Los Angeles
- Michelle Blyth, New York University
- Jacobus Boomsma, University of Copenhagen
- Detlev Ganten, World Health Summit Founder
- Grazyna Jasienska, Jagiellonian University
- Joachim Kurtz, Universität Münster
- Jon Laman, University of Groningen
- Alejandra Nuñez de la Mora, Universidad Veracruzana
- Charlie Nunn, Duke University
- Robert Perlman, University of Chicago
- Gertjan van Dijk, University of Groningen