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Larcombe, Linda A.

Associate Professor, Internal Medicine

Associate Professor, Medical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases

Associate Professor, Community Health Sciences

Adjunct Professor, Anthropology

Email: Linda.Larcombe@umanitoba.ca

Home Page: http://umanitoba.ca/faculties/medicine/units/medical_microbiology/faculty/larcombe.html

Keywords

Keyword Discipline

Aboriginal Health

Health/Medical

Aboriginal/infectious disease/immunity

Health/Medical

Cultural History

Arts/Humanities

DNA

Health/Medical

Immunogenetics

Health/Medical

Infectious Diseases/Agents

Health/Medical

Physical Anthropology

Behavioral/Social Sciences

Tuberculosis

Health/Medical

Vitamin D

Health/Medical

Research Description

My research is focused on First Nation, Inuit and Metis health past and present. Genetic, cultural, biological and environmental determinants of health are being investigated in contemporary and ancient populations.

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