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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Quave to give lecture in the Emory University Biology Department Seminar series

Dr. Quave will present a lecture titled “Anti-infective drugs from nature” for the Emory University Department of Biology seminar series on Tuesday, October 8th at 9am in RRC Room 1052. Dr. Quave is an Adjunct Professor with the Biology Department. A complete list of Dr. Quave’s upcoming public lectures is…

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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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