The speeches by Christina Warinner focus on the evolution of human health and its challenges. Her research of the history of human diseases proves that current health challenges humans face are a result of multiple complex factors.
Christina Warinner received a degree from the University of Bonn before receiving her Ph D. in Anthropology at Harvard University. She is currently a research associate in the Molecular Research Group at the Centre for Evolutionary Medicine at the University of Zurich. Her research findings have been featured in CNN.com, Fox news, Wired UK and she was a 2012 TED Fellow.
The speeches by Christina Warinner focus on evoultionary medicine and how different envrionments, diets and desieases have developed in humans. Her work in archaeogenetic and paleoproteomic research draws on several fields, and she is dedicated to informing the public of her findings.