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by Stephen C. Stearns,Ruslan Medzhitov

eBook Evolutionary Medicine download ISBN: 1605352608
Author: Stephen C. Stearns,Ruslan Medzhitov
Publisher: Sinauer Associates is an imprint of Oxford University Press; 1 edition (August 18, 2015)
Language: English
Pages: 306
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Omenn and others published Stephen C. Stearns and Ruslan Medzhitov, Evolutionary Medicine.

PDF On Feb 28, 2016, Gilbert Omenn and others published Stephen C. This book is a gem of a textbook about the principles of evolutionary thinking and. the relevance of evolutionary biology to clinical medicine. The authors draw upon. decades of experience teaching medical students at Yale, with interesting examples

Stephen C. Stearns is the Edward P Bass Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Yale University. Ruslan Medzhitov is the David W. Wallace Professor of Immunobiology at Yale University School of Medicine.

Stephen C. A 1967 Yale graduate, he earned an . from the University of Wisconsin and a P. from the University of British Columbia. He was a Miller Fellow at the University of California, Berkeley prior to his first academic appointment at Reed College. He is also an Investigator with the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. Biology) from Tashkent State University (1990) and P. Biochemistry) from the Moscow State University (1993).

Evolution, Medicine, and Public Health, 2016, 2016(1): 69-70. DOI: 1. 093/emph/eow008.

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Save up to 80% by choosing the eTextbook option for ISBN: 9781605354880, 1605354880. The print version of this textbook is ISBN: 9781605352602, 1605352608. By: Stephen C. Publisher: Sinauer Associates. Print ISBN: 9781605352602, 1605352608.

His books include "Evolutionary Medicine" (Sinauer, 2015) with Ruslan Medzhitov, Evolution, an introduction (Oxford, 2000, 2nd Ed 2005) with Rolf Hoekstra, Watching, from the Edge of Extinction (Yale, 1999) with his wife Beverly Peterson Stearns, The Evolution of Life Histories.

of Sex and its Consequences. A 1967 graduate of Yale College, Stearns earned an . from the University of British Columbia

Evolutionary Medicine. Stearns, Stephen . and Medzhitov Ruslan. Stephen C. Stearns, P.

Evolutionary Medicine. Edward P. Bass Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology.

See if your friends have read any of Ruslan Medzhitov's books. Ruslan Medzhitov’s Followers. None yet. Ruslan Medzhitov. Ruslan Medzhitov’s books. Innate Immunity and Inflammation. Stearns (born December 12, 1946, in Kapaau, Hawaii and raised in Hawi, Hawaii) is an American biologist, and the Edward P. Bass Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Yale University. He is known for his work in life history theory and evolutionary medicine. BA Yale University 1967. MSc University of Wisconsin, Madison 1971. PhD University of British Columbia 1975. Miller Fellow University of California, Berkeley 1978.

Ruslan Medzhitov is probably best known for the fundamental discoveries he’s made concerning the roles that the immune system’s Toll-like receptors play in controlling adaptive immunity, infections, chronic inflammation, and tumor growth

Ruslan Medzhitov is probably best known for the fundamental discoveries he’s made concerning the roles that the immune system’s Toll-like receptors play in controlling adaptive immunity, infections, chronic inflammation, and tumor growth. However, recently he’s turned his attention to other areas of the immune system, such as inflammation, tissue biology, and allergic reaction. The inflammatory response protects the body from infection and injury and allows it to reestablish a homeostatic state. But inflammation also operates at a cost to other physiological functions. During inflammation the.

Evolutionary Medicine is a textbook intended for use in undergraduate, graduate, medical school, and continuing medical education (CME) courses. Its professional illustrations and summaries of chapters and sections make its messages readily accessible.Chapter 1 introduces evolutionary thinking about both current dynamic processes and the deep patterns of history and relationship.Chapter 2 asks, "What is a patient?" and answers from a series of perspectives.Chapter 3 asks, "What is a disease?" Some causes are found in patients; others in pathogens; many in the interactions between them.Chapter 4 discusses the nature of defenses, the strategies that determine how they are deployed, and their costs as well as their benefits.Chapter 5 discusses pathogen evolution: the evolution of intrinsic virulence, of evasion and manipulation of host defenses, and of resistance to treatment, and how therapy might be made evolution-proof.Chapter 6 describes cancer as an evolutionary process with a history traced in the genome and with major implications for treatment.Chapter 7 discusses conflicts in reproduction: between mother and offspring, between maternally and paternally derived genes in the offspring, and among siblings. It also discusses menstruation, menopause, and the connection between invasive placentas and metastatic cancer.Chapter 8 discusses mismatches to modern environments, including obesity, cardiovascular disease, and autoimmune diseases.Chapter 9 discusses evolutionary perspectives on addiction, anxiety, depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder, autism, and schizophrenia.Chapter 10 explores the tension between individual and group interests and shows how medicine is creating new problems while solving old ones.Chapter 11 starts with questions that have not yet been answered, discusses why we have not chosen to address some issues, and concludes by comparing classical with evolutionary medicine.RESOURCESInstructor's Resource LibraryAvailable to qualified adopters, the Instructor's Resource Library includes the following resources:*Textbook Figures & Tables: All figures (line-art illustrations and photographs) and tables from the textbook, provided as both high- and low-resolution JPEGs. All have been formatted and optimized for excellent projection quality. Also included are ready-to-use PowerPoint presentations of all figures and tables.*Lecture Presentations: For each chapter of the textbook, the authors have prepared ready-to-use lecture presentations that include text reviewing the key facts and concepts from the chapter, along with selected figures and tables.