Why do we Migrate?

The Lab of Biological Anthropology is pleased to announce that they will host a conference on Human Migration. The conference titled: Why do we Migrate? Interdisciplinary Exploration of Human Migration will be held in The Commons at the University of Kansas on March 1st and 2nd of 2010. Please visit the website for details.

LBA in the News:

RACHP Meeting

Dr. Crawford attended the first Edinburg, Texas Regional Academic Health Center population genetics conference.

Gaining a better understanding of the role genetics plays in the development of diseases such as diabetes and obesity that affect American Indian, Mexican and Central American populations more than other groups was the topic of the first population genetics conference at the Regional Academic Health Center in Edinburg (continue story ).



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