photo copyright David Watts
March 13, 2006
CHaPRE support recipient Kate Clancy presents results on endometrial function to AAPA, Anchorage, Alaska
March, 2006, Yale Biological Anthropology candidate Kate Clancy presented results of CHaPRE sponsored research at the American Association of Physical Anthropologists annual conference in Anchorage, Alaska. Clancy reported that endometrial thickness during the second half of the menstrual cycle, as assessed by transvaginal ultrasound measurements, exhibited a unique decline among rural Polish women. Clancy postulated that such a response may be indicative of an adaptive response to energy availability.May 13, 2005
CHaPRE to be represented at the European Society for Evolutionary Biology, Krakow, Poland.
August, 2005, Director Richard Bribiescas, and CHaPRE Research Affiliates, Gillian Bentley, Peter Ellison, Grazyna Jasienska, and Michael Muehlenbein will be presenting research in a symposium co-organized by Jasienska and Bribiescas on Human Life History and Energetics at the 10th Congress of the European Society for Evolutionary Biology.