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About Paul E. James

Research Topics: Applied medical anthropology, waterborne and communicable disease prevention, developmental immunology and childhood asthma, community based interventions for type-2 diabetes , public health program evaluation, tuberculosis in indigenous populations, evolutionary medicine, breast cancer, epidemiology, migrant/border health, environmental health. I am also interested in the promotion of diverse students in pre-med education and medical programs.

Positions

Present Senior Lecturer, Western Washington University Department of Anthropology
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Curriculum Vitae




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Professional Service and Affiliations

2018 - Present Institutional Review Board, Northwest Indian College
2016 Nooksack Clinic and Wellness Feasibility Study, Nooksack Indian Tribe, Deming, WA.
2009 - 2014 Traditional Foods Program, Program Evaluator,, Nooksack Indian Tribe, Deming, WA.
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Courses

  • Anth 201: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
  • Anth 215: Introduction to Biological Anthropology
  • Anth 361: Native People of North America

Education

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2008 Ph.D. Candidate, University of New Mexico ‐ Department of Anthropology, Human Evolutionary Ecology Program
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2003 M.S., University of New Mexico ‐ Department of Anthropology
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2000 M.A., Western Washington University ‐ Department of Anthropology
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1998 B.A., Western Washington University ‐ Department of Biology, Department of Anthropology
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Contact Information

Department of Anthropology
Western Washington University
516 High St. MS 9083
Bellingham, WA 98225

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Journal Articles (2)

Published Abstracts (1)

Papers Presented (9)