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Friday Morning Seminar with Christina Warinner - Shared screen with speaker view
Mary Jo DelVecchio Good
01:19:32
Fantastistic talk Christina ….waiting to hear more!
Michael Nathan (he/him/his)
01:21:45
Amazing talk. So interesting. Michele
Arlene Katz
01:23:26
a tour de force… inspiring! thank you for your creativity and dedication. arlene
Iman
01:35:11
that's why human bite is more dangerous than that of a dog, for example.....
Michael Nathan (he/him/his)
01:39:09
This makes such powerful connections between medicine, biology, history, and anthropology, and in such new ways. Amazing! thank you!
Ivan Ferraz
01:57:59
In Amazonia in the past the most commom diseaes were malaria ad yellow fver
Ivan Ferraz
01:58:15
fever
Aneel Brar
02:04:59
What a great set of discussions. Wonderful presentation!
Ivan Ferraz
02:05:30
smallpox and measles were the two major killers of Indians during these colonization by the Portuguese in Brazil
Michael Nathan (he/him/his)
02:05:50
Gut microbiome adaptation would also potentially explain why (at least in some clinical thinking) lactose intolerance can follow GI illness and antibiotic treatment (and at least in my experience persist).
Michael Nathan (he/him/his)
02:07:11
Are epigenetic variations visible in the archeologic specimens?
Dr Joseph Patrick Gone
02:09:14
Thanks for the fabulous discussion! Gotta run....
Iman
02:19:04
Michael Nathan had a question
Iman
02:23:21
you may have to resort to feces of other species in animal kingdom for future research requiring that
Amy Arsenault
02:29:24
Fascinating talk, thank you Tina!!
Tony V Pham
02:29:37
great talk. thank you!!!