I’m excited to be poster presenter at AHS 2012, meeting August 9-11 at Harvard University:
My presentation at AHS 2012 will be about the role of hormesis in optimal health.
UPDATE: Here is a link to the poster sessions – scroll down to see the full abstracts and biographies. You’ll see my talk and abstract listed there:
The Ancestral Health Symposium is considered by many to be the “Woodstock of Evolutionary Medicine”. According to the Ancestral Health Society website, this annual event “fosters collaboration among scientists, healthcare professionals and laypersons who study and communicate about health from an evolutionary perspective to develop solutions to our modern health challenges.”
This year’s Ancestral Health Symposium will be only their second annual meeting. Last year’s inaugural meeting was the buzz of the paleosphere, featuring a long list of paleo luminaries familiar to readers of this blog, including: Loren Cordain, Mark Sisson, Robert Lustig, Gary Taubes, Seth Roberts, Robb Wolf, Stephan Guyenet, Michael Eades, Denise Minger, Chris Masterjohn, Doug McGuff, Erwan LaCorre, Tom Naughton, Richard Nikoley, J. Stanton, Emily Deans and others. AHS 2011 was informative, exciting and featured both formal and informal debate and even controversy. For a great synopsis of last year’s meeting, here are a few good review posts:
This year’s roundup promises to be equally impressive. Take a few minutes to look at the program, speakers, and poster presenters, as well as details on how to attend:
If you are interested in attending, my understanding is that tickets are moving fast and are likely to sell out.
If you plan to be there, I’d like to meet you; send me a note using the contact form at the right of the blog page.