Zombie apocalypse medicine meeting

It’s almost time… isn’t it time? Arizona Condition College is preparing for that first annual Zombie Apocalypse Medicine Meeting in a few days, and they’ve lately released the official itinerary featuring numerous amazing panels, zombie workshops, and loudspeakers. Our personal survival expert Cameron Carlson is going to be there to go over emergency management and response throughout the inevitable zombie apocalypse, which means you certainly don’t want miss it!

The big event begins October 18th, 2018 in the Student Pavilion having a discussion on creativeness, possibly the most crucial survival skill for that zombie apocalypse, featuring our friend and author Max Brooks! But that’s only the beginning, because ZAMM promises is the ultimate conference for zombie science, survival, and culture. Just check out the schedule:

Zombie Apocalypse Medicine Meeting
Arizona Condition College October 18-21, 2018

Disaster and Bugout Medicine Workshop
• Escape towards the Grand Gorge: Zombie Apocalypse Bug-out and Disaster Medicine Workshop
Brought by Emergency Medicine Docs Joe Alcock, Clint Kalan, Came Harrell, and Mike Jensen

Asked Sessions Session chairs
• Does culture possess a mind of their own? Lee Cronk & Cristine Legare
• Zombie robots and autonomous vehicles: Who’s responsible? Azim Shariff
• The psychology of zombies Vaughn Becker
• Cellular agents of zombification Carlo Maley
• Leaders and supporters within the zombie apocalypse Mark Flinn
• Good care and feeding within the zombie apocalypse Corrie Whisner
• Zombie apocalypse risk management and disaster response Esma Gel
• Zombification strategies and countermeasures Marco Del Giudice

Asked Panels Panel chairs
• Ethics within the zombie apocalypse Stephanie Birdsall & Jason Robert
• Haunted science: Frankenstein, zombies and our dependence on the monstrous Erectile dysfunction Finn
• Half a century from the undead in film and popular culture Emily Zarka
• Zombie education for that apocalypse along with other disasters Gretchen Gano
• Zombie soldiers, brain injuries and Post traumatic stress disorder within the military Emily Zarka
• Having fun with zombies: SimZombie for that classroom John Carter McKnight

Featured Occasions
• Baba Brinkman Peer-reviewed Artist
The rap help guide to awareness (and zombies)
• Max Brooks Author from the Zombie Survival Guide and World War Z
Creativeness: The most crucial survival skill for that zombie apocalypse
• Barbara Natterson-Horowitz UCLA & Harvard College
Issues in adolescent zombie medicine: Managing high risk, substance use and
pregnancy prevention within the teenage undead
• Kelly Weinersmith Grain College
Thanks for visiting Zombieland: Real tales of parasites manipulating host behavior
• Arts and Performances: An unpleasant film series Performance by Jillian McDonald
The existence cycle of toxoplasma gondii by Rachel Mayeri Ceramic Exhibition by Mario
Munguia A mock trial by Broadcast Thought and ASU Theater Department

Asked Loudspeakers
• Amy Boddy College of California, Santa Barbara
Is the mother a spook? The transformative implications of fetal microchimerism
• David Buss College of Texas
The transformative psychology of zombies: Easier to be dead or undead?
• Cameron Carlson The Zombie Research Society
Emergency management and response for that zombie apocalypse
• Diana Fleischman College of Portsmouth
All of them would like your brainz: Zombification and manipulation
• Mark Mannucci Peabody and Emmy Top rated Producer & Director
Making microbes into movies: Science communication for that zombie apocalypse
• Mel Herbert, Josh Kurz and Wendy Roderweiss Shabam! Podcast
Fact and fiction within the zombie apocalypse

Clearly the Zombie Apocalypse Medicine Meeting is among the most significant academic conferences this season, and it is recommended that all of our people, buddies, and supporters attend if at all possible! But registration closes on Sunday, October 14th, 2018 – so check out the state website for further details including event locations, travel information, and hotel rates.

It’s occasions like ZAMM that push the limitations of research, promote our mission, and support our persistence for the historic, cultural, and study from the living dead. We wish to personally thank Pamela Winfrey, Cristina Baciu, and Athena Aktipis for his or her absolute dedication and tireless efforts in organizing and causeing this to be conference a real possibility!

So check out ZAMM online via their official website, Facebook, or Twitter accounts, and inform your buddies. This is actually the ultimate zombie conference and also the Zombie Research Society is going to be there to advertise, recruit, and even perhaps provide a couple of surprises for visitors and attendees!


Zombie Apocalypse Medicine Meeting – October 18-21