Aging research website

Raymond Lee raymond at genetics.mgh.harvard.edu
Tue Mar 16 20:41:37 EST 1999


Dear Worm Breeders,

A small brain-storming session will be held @ D.C. early April to
discuss areas of aging research of which the knowledge is particularly
useful in a WWW-based format to researchers.

As a wormie participant of this meeting, I'm soliciting your inputs. I
would like to know if there is an 'Aging' website, what would you want
to be able to find in it. For example, I and my labmates would be
interested in a collection of up-to-date protocols, a list of phenotypic
or molecular markers for aged animals, and links to individual research
lab. In addition to getting useful info on the particular system one is
studying, I'm hoping that this website can stimulate one's interest in
cross-species studies.

You're welcome to respond to me directly. I'll post a summary after the
meeting.

Cheers,

Raymond Lee
raymond at genetics.mgh.harvard.edu
Wellman 8/Ruvkun Lab
Department of Molecular Biology
Massachusetts General Hospital
50 Blossom Street
Boston, MA 02114
(617) 726-5973 (voice)
(617)726-6893 (fax)


William R. Morgan
931 College St.
Department of Biology			Phone:  330-263-2026
The College of Wooster                  FAX:    330-263-2378
Wooster, OH  44691                      E-mail: wmorgan at acs.wooster.edu





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