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Medical Anthropology is a subfield of anthropology that draws upon biological and sociocultural anthropology to understand human health and well-being. What makes medical anthropology unique is that it considers how human evolutionary history combines with people’s current cultural, economic and political context to shape their health. Medical anthropologists work in universities, hospitals and clinics, in public health and for national and international health agencies, as well as non-governmental organizations (NGOs) focused on health.
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The undergraduate student organization, the Anthropology Club, offers members a chance to get to know other students, interact with facutly and learn more about research and field study opportunities.
Students may also be interested in outreach and engagement opportunities provided through the department's Antrhopology Public Outreach Program (APOP).
Anthropology faculty and graduate students are actively involved in conducting medical anthropology research and welcome the involvement of undergraduate students in these endeavors.