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SAGE KE Bulletin Board

RE: Is biogerontology too scattered?

25 September 2001

James Harper

I have only recently become involved in biogerontology, but it has already become apparent that interacting with my fellow biogerontologists is quite difficult. As noted, there is no society dedicated to this field, and we are only a minor component of the GSA's membership. It's hard to figure out who is out there. It would be nice if there was an annual meeting dedicated to the biology of aging that was open to researchers from all disciplines.


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