SoS 174- Rachael Anyim: Breastmilk, Cortisol, and Immune Function

December 19, 2022By Andrea SilvaBreastmilk, Hormones, Immune function, Phyllis Eveleth Award Winner, Season 5 No Comments

Human Biology Association · SoS 174- Rachael Anyim: Breastmilk, Cortisol, and Immune Function Chris triumphs in a battle with technology while interviewing our gracious guest Rachael Anyim, a Clifford D. Clark Diversity Fellow and PhD candidate in anthropology at Binghamton University. Rachael and Chris discuss her recent abstract submission, “The effects of milk cortisol on … Read More

SoS 170- Lara Durgavich on Orangutan Menstruation, and the Case of the Missing Clitoris

December 19, 2022By Andrea SilvaHormones, Menstrual cycles, Orangutans, Primatology, Season 5 No Comments

Human Biology Association · SoS 170- Lara Durgavich on Orangutan Menstruation, and the Case of the Missing Clitoris Dr. Lara Durgavich is a visiting lecturer in the Anthropology Department at Boston University. In 2013, Lara received her Ph.D. from Boston University as well. Her research focuses on ovarian function, mating behaviors, and life history in … Read More

SoS 156- Finally, we get to talk about dads with Dr. Peter Gray

March 14, 2022By Delaney GlassBehavioral endocrinology, Fatherhood, Hormones, Parental care, Season 4 No Comments

Human Biology Association · SoS 156- Finally, we get to talk about dads with Dr. Peter Gray From male reproductive aging, embracing human variability in sports, to cool dog science. On this episode, Chris and Cara talk with Dr. Peter Gray, Professor of Anthropology at the University of Nevada Las Vegas about his diverse research … Read More

SoS 137 – Discovering “How Men Age” with Dr. Richard Bribiescas

September 29, 2021By Alexandra NiclouAging, Growth and development, Hormones, Season 4 No Comments

Human Biology Association · SoS 137 – Discovering “How Men Age” with Dr. Richard Bribiescas In this episode Dr. Richard Bribiescas discusses his book “How Men Age: What evolution reveals about male health and mortality”. He covers it all from natural variations in testosterone to why women live longer than men and how science fiction … Read More

SoS 108- Your Story Doesn’t Quit: The 5-8 childhood transition with Dr. Benjamin Campbell

January 4, 2021By Delaney GlassChildhood, Evolution, Growth and development, Hormones, Season 3 No Comments

Human Biology Association · SoS 108- Your Story Doesn’t Quit: The 5-8 childhood transition with Dr. Benjamin Campbell Dr. Benjamin Campbell is an Associate Professor of Anthropology at the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee specializing in the evolution of human life course. He focuses on the way steroid hormones form a critical link between energetics and … Read More