New publication on the use of recreational teas in Europe

The final version of a review paper on the traditional use of recreational teas in Europe is now available as an open-access article with the Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine. To access the article, click here: View at JEE Sõukand, R. C.L. Quave, A. Pieroni, M. Pardo-de-Santayana, J. Tardío, R.…

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Quave to give invited lecture at Cornell University in 2014

Dr. Quave will present a lecture entitled “Medicines from Nature: An ethnobotanical approach to anti-infective drug discovery” for the Cornell University Department of Plant Biology seminar series on March 7th, 2014. She will also be presenting a guest lecture in Dr. Eloy Rodriguez’s “Medical Ethnobotany of New World Cultures” course.…

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Quave to give Anthropology Department Seminar at Emory University

Dr. Quave will present a lecture titled “Medicines from nature: Ethnobotany and the science of human health” as part of the Emory University Anthropology Department Seminar series on November 11th, 2013 in the Anthropology building, room 303 at 4:15 pm. Dr. Quave is an Associated Faculty member with the department.…

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New Article out on Bioprospecting and Ethics

A new review paper by Drs. Rose, Quave and Islam is out in the journal Ethnobiology and Conservation. The article, entitled “The Four-Sided Triangle of Ethics in Bioprospecting: Pharmaceutical Business, International Politics, Socio-Environmental Responsibility and the Importance of Local Stakeholders” addresses key issues in the bioprospecting process.The full article is…

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