Josh Snodgrass, Department of Anthropology
Josh Snodgrass is an academic expert in epidemiology, infectious disease ecology, immunology, disease diagnostics, emerging infectious diseases, evolution, human biology, global health, environmental stress, minimally Invasive diagnostics and aging. He also studies human evolutionary biology and global health, describing how humans adapt to environmental stressors, such as sustained extreme cold, and the influence of economic and cultural change on aging, diet, cardiovascular health and metabolic diseases. At the University of Oregon, Josh is a professor of anthropology. He has active field projects in northeastern Siberia, the Amazon region of Ecuador, six countries as part of the WHO's SAGE project, and several locations within the United States.
Quarantine with friends? 5 tips experts say to consider (Inverse, May 8, 2020)
How to play outside without catching the coronavirus (Fatherly, March, 26, 2020)
Amazonians offer clues to human childhood development (The Scientist, July 1, 2018)
Researchers gain insight into infant handling by young bonobos (EurekAlert! June 19, 2018)