Thursday, 7 September 2017 9:00 AM - Saturday, 9 September 2017 5:00 PM PST

Kane Hall, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, 98105, United States

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Thursday, 7 September 2017 9:00 AM - Saturday, 9 September 2017 5:00 PM PST

Kane Hall, Kane Hall, Seattle, Washington, 98105, United States.


AHS is an educational nonprofit dedicated to examining health and disease from an evolutionary perspective. Our annual symposium provides a forum for clinicians, researchers, health entrepreneurs and enthusiasts to share ideas and learn from each other.

  • 70+ speakers on diet, hormones, health, fitness and more! 
  • 3 full days of education for $299 ($219 for students) 
  • Enjoy food, culture and outdoor fun in Seattle, WA







Rand Akasheh

Lucia Aronica

Peter Ballerstedt

Katy Bowman

Kevin Boyd

Marc Bubbs

Allyson Chrystal

Shawna Curry

Alvin Danenberg

Anthony DiClementi

Darryl Edwards

Tom Fabian

Tony Federico

Richard Feinman

Frank Forencich

Nora Gedgaudas

Tim Gerstmar

Esther Gokhale

Ben Greenfield

Stephan Guyenet

Adele Hite

Sunita Iyer

Jeff Leighton

Grace Liu

Ben Lynch

Nick Mailer

Gideon Mailer

Kyle Mamounis

Christopher Masterjohn

Denise Minger

Mike T Nelson

Sally Norton

L. Amber O'Hearn

Dan Pardi

Guillermo Ruiz

Michael Ruscio

Scott Solomons

Tiffany Turner

Steven Turpin

Nasha Winters

Robb Wolf

Rob Abbott

Jennifer Aguilar

Erica Bell

Aaron Blaisdell

Hilary Bromberg

Petra Chambers-Sinclair

Leisha Colyn

Nicola Hale

Rafe Kelley

Jess Kelley

Jonah Larkin

Steven Lin

Rory Linehan

Billy Mitchell

Ashley Reaver

Mark Schillinger

Grant Schofield

James Steele

Jeffrey Szilagyi

Stephanie Welch

Aaron Alexander

Georges Dagher

Darryl Edwards

Rafe Kelley

Brigita Lacovara

Angeles Rios




General registration for all three days is $299, and $219 for students.

Register now and save $40 off the general admission price. 

Students – Email proof of student status to You will receive an access code to purchase your ticket at the student rate. 


AHS17 will be held at the the University of Washington, Seattle in Kane Hall on September 7-9 from 9 AM – 5 PM PT.
You’ll be able to pick up your badge at Kane Hall from 12-5 PM, Wednesday or beginning at 8 AM Thursday, Friday or Saturday. Registration may also be purchased at those times. 


We’ve secured fantastic package prices on rooms at UW’s apartment residences. The building is a short walk from Kane Hall and the rooms are hotel-style with private bathrooms. Dorm rooms include a dining card that can be used at the campus grocery store, coffee shops and dining halls (which include lots of fresh food options). Book your room here! 

If you have any questions or issues while booking your room, please contact


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UW's parking and transportation information can be found hereparkopedia’s very helpful parking map is available here.


TO SEATTLE: Fly into Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (Sea-Tac).  

TO UW: From Sea-Tac you have several options for traveling to campus:

  • Link Light Rail: $3.25 one way. The best blend of price and convenience direct to UW. Plus, great views along the way! Drivers do not make change. Link Light Rail lets off on the periphery of campus near Husky Stadium and UW Hospital.
  • Shuttle Express: 24-hour service between the airport and any destination. Shuttle takes up to 10 passengers. One-way trip fare of $24.75 or less, depending on the number of passengers travelling together. Reservations not required if departing from airport. More information here:
  • Seattle Downtown Airporter: Departs every 30 minutes from 5:30am-11:00pm. Rate is $10.25 per person each way. Tickets available at the Gray Line of Seattle desk at the south end of the main terminal. Shuttle does not extend to the University District; you would need to take a taxi or transfer to Metro buses #71, #72, or #73 to University District.
  • Public Bus (METRO): Cost of $1.25-$1.50, exact change required. #194 express service to downtown is recommended. Ask driver for two-zone transfer; bus change required downtown. Transfer on 3rd Ave downtown to #71, #72, or #73 buses.
  • Taxi: Average fare of $40 to $50.
  • Rental Car: Available at on-site counters at airport. Not recommended unless you are planning trips out of town. Parking near UW or downtown can be difficult

You may find this UW campus map helpful. Visit this interactive google map to explore the area. 


Thank you for your interest in exhibiting at AHS17! We are grateful for your support of our mission to collaborate and create solutions to modern health problems using an evolutionary approach. 

Click HERE for the Vendor and Exhibitor application

AHS will be held in rooms 210 and 220 of Kane Hall (capacity 900 when seated theater-style), with a separate room for exhibitors, registration, book signing, and posters (Kane Hall 225).

In an effort to keep registration fees as reasonable as possible (for attendees and exhibitors) and in order to reduce the environmental impact of the Symposium, we have chosen to forgo printed programs and gift bags.


Registration is non-refundable but is transferrable.


We’ll be releasing more details as they become available. Please visit our website for information about the Ancestral Health Society’s mission, past symposia, and former presentation topics. We’re looking forward to seeing everyone in Seattle!


Stay in the loop and get updates about AHS17 by following us on Facebook (here) and Twitter (here).


The Ancestral Health Society (AHS) is organized for the purpose of fostering interdisciplinary collaboration and translational efforts between scientists, healthcare professionals, and laypersons who study and communicate about the human ecological niche and modern health from an evolutionary perspective to develop solutions to our health challenges.

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