mail failed, to MELANIE WELSH <wratha@rlion-01.ak.net>

Ed Rybicki ED at molbiol.uct.ac.za
Thu Jun 1 02:58:46 EST 1995


Melanie: your address STILL doesn't work!!!

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> From:          "Ed Rybicki" <ED at molbiol.uct.ac.za>
> To:            MELANIE WELSH <wratha at rlion-01.ak.net>
> Date:          Wed, 31 May 1995 09:52:40 SAST-2
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> > Something was messed up when this was originally sent and no replies were 
> > possible, please reply if recieved
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> > 
> > 	I recently read your messages in bionet.virology about ebola (in 
> > a sense anyway) But I am a student at a high school in Alaska and I am 
> 
> ...OK, a much better address!
> 
> Herewith my reply:
> 
> From:                 Self <MOLBIOL/ED>
> To:                     MELANIE WELSH <wratha at rlion>
> Subject:           Re: Info
> Send reply to:    ed at molbiol.uct.ac.za
> Date sent:            Fri, 26 May 1995 09:45:23
> 
> I am a virologist who works in a microbiology dept.  How do mean?  I 
> can recommend any major university, like the Cornells, Princeton, 
> Harvard (not Yale)...and all the good big State universities, like 
> Wash State, Oregon State, Colo State....all will give a good training 
> in the field.  There have been a few posts in the bionet.virology 
> newsgroup as to what path someone should follow to get into virology; 
> try to look those up.
> 
> Good luck,
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