I am a broadly trained physiologist interested in the comparative biology of aging at both the cellular and whole organism level. I received a BS in Biology from SUNY Geneseo in 1994, followed by a PhD in Zoology from the Universirty of Idaho where Steve Austad served as my mentor. In 2000, I went to the University of Michigan as a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Pathology and was promoted to the faculty (research track) in 2004.
Research Investigator, Department of Pathology
The effect of early life events, especially nutritional intake, on aging and longevity in mice. The role of cytotoxic and metabolic stress resistance as a modulator of species life span using primary cell lines.
What I think of the idea behind WebmedCentral:
It is a wonderful idea that will do much for research into aging, and the life sciences in general.