Dr. Cassandra L. Quave is an ethnobotanist whose work is focused on the documentation and analysis of botanical remedies used in the treatment of infectious disease. Trained as a medical ethnobotanist, her expertise and interests include the complementary and alternative medical practices of the Mediterranean, and the botanical sources of anti-infectives. For detailed information about Dr. Quave's research, please visit http://etnobotanica.us.
Dr. Quave plays a pivotal role in the Center for the Study of Human Health as the Co-Director of the Laboratory for Human Health at Emory University. Here she conducts research on anti-biofilm treatments using Mediterranean medicinal plants, providing mentorship to a number of undergraduate and affiliated researchers in the lab. Additionally, Dr. Quave shares her research interests with undergraduates by teaching a number of courses on topics such as medical enthobotany and integrative health.
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