This is the new site at http://RandolphNesse.com 
Some information is available only on the old site at http://www-personal.umich.edu/~nesse/

Remembering George Williams, 1926-2010
The Dawn of Darwinian Medicine     20th birthday report in Science

How to Test an Evolutionary Hypothesis About Disease Short version   Long version  Video
Tinbergen's Four questions, organized   Article    Slide   

Randolph M. Nesse, M.D.


Professor of Life Sciences
ASU Foundation Professor

Arizona State University School of Life Sciences
SHESC 233A, 900 S Cady Mall, Tempe, AZ 85257
nesse(insert@here)asu.edu

President, The Evolution, Medicine, and Public Health Foundation 


Recent publications

Aktipis & Nesse: Evolutionary Foundations for Cancer Biology, Evolutionary Applications, 2013. 

Nesse, et al. Evolutionary Molecular Medicine, J Mol Medicine, 2012

Nesse & Stein: Towards a genuinely medical model for psychiatric nosology, BMC Medicine, 2012

Antolin, et al. Evolution and medicine in undergraduate education: A prescription for all biology students, Evolution, 2012

Natural selection is simple, but the systems It shapes are unimaginably complex, EDGE, 2012

Evolution: A basic science for medicine, Lancet, 2012

Nesse & Jackson: Evolutionary foundations for psychiatric diagnosis, 2011

Ten questions for evolutionary studies of disease vulnerability, Evol Apps, 2011

Why has natural selection left us so vulnerable to anxiety and mood disorders? Can J Psychiatry, 2011

Nesse & Foxman: Evolution of sexually transmitted diseases, NYAS, 2011

Nesse & Dawkins: Evolutionary medicine chapter in Oxford Textbook of Medicine, 2010

Evolutionary perspectives in health and medicine, PNAS, 2010

Social selection and the origins of culture, 2010

Making evolution a basic science for medicine, PNAS, 2009

Time for truly biological psychiatry, Brit. J. Psychiatry, 2009

How can evolution and neuroscience help us understand moral capacities?  2009

Evolutionary origins and functions of emotions, Emotions Handbook, 2009

Review of The Evolution of ObesityNature, 2009

Explaining depression: Neuroscience is not enough, evolution is essential, 2009

Evolution, emotions and emotional disorders, American Psychologist, 2009

Evolution: Medicine's most basic science, Lancet, 2008

Runaway social selection for displays of partner value and altruism, Biological Theory, 2007

The Great opportunity: Evolutionary applications to medicine and public health, Applied Evolution, 2008


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Book: Why We Get Sick   Book: Evolution and Commitment         Lectures on evolution and medicine  DepressionBookCover  



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