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#31 Mind

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Posted 10 July 2016 - 07:05 PM

For a guest suggestion, I would suggest Dr. Todd H. Rider, inventor of DRACOs, the potential broad-spectrum antiviral candidates. I know DRACO has been discussed on this site, and I don't believe he's ever been interviewed by LongeCity. There are ten days left in the current DRACO crowdfunding campaign. I'm sure many people have questions for him. I know I do. His cause can certainly use all the publicity it can get.

 

Here is the link to The Rider Institute:  https://riderinstitute.org/

 

Also, here is the link to the current crowdfunding campaign:  

 

https://www.indiegog...al-infections#/

 

 

 

Thanks. Any thoughts?

 

 

I am on it! Waiting for a response.


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#32 Limitless

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Posted 02 February 2017 - 04:23 AM

 

For a guest suggestion, I would suggest Dr. Todd H. Rider, inventor of DRACOs, the potential broad-spectrum antiviral candidates. I know DRACO has been discussed on this site, and I don't believe he's ever been interviewed by LongeCity. There are ten days left in the current DRACO crowdfunding campaign. I'm sure many people have questions for him. I know I do. His cause can certainly use all the publicity it can get.

 

Here is the link to The Rider Institute:  https://riderinstitute.org/

 

Also, here is the link to the current crowdfunding campaign:  

 

https://www.indiegog...al-infections#/

 

 

 

Thanks. Any thoughts?

 

 

I am on it! Waiting for a response.

 

 

 

Hi Mind. I have a question. It has been over half a year since you contacted Dr. Todd Rider. I was wondering if he responded, and if so, what his response was? I'm sure many others are also curious about this. If you could let us know, that would be great. Thanks!



#33 HighDesertWizard

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Posted 16 August 2017 - 06:01 AM

Hi Mind...

 

I suggest an interview with Dr. Kevin Tracey, President of the Feinstein Institute. Dr. Tracey is the world's premier researcher about The Inflammatory Reflex (TIR), (aka, the Cholinergic Anti-Inflammatory Pathway).

 

A link to his profile page at the Feinstein Institute.

 

Although not formally identified as a Longevity Science Researcher, Dr. Tracey has lead or been part of hundreds of study teams focused on preventing disease and death and increasing survival probability. I suppose I am something of a Kevin Tracey groupie. My SMILE of Longevity Learning Logs concern his work and its relevance to our concerns at Longecity.

 

Asking questions of Dr Tracey about...

  • the survival curves from 3 studies shown below would be a useful start for an interview with Dr Tracey. (Links for the study images below can be found here.)
  • the anatomy, triggering, dosing schedules, etc. of TIR would be interesting too. (A key wiring diagrams is shown below.)

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Edited by HighDesertWizard, 16 August 2017 - 06:13 AM.


#34 HighDesertWizard

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Posted 17 August 2017 - 05:17 PM

Hi Mind...

 

I suggest an interview with Dr. Kevin Tracey, President of the Feinstein Institute. Dr. Tracey is the world's premier researcher about The Inflammatory Reflex (TIR), (aka, the Cholinergic Anti-Inflammatory Pathway).

 

 

Hi Mind...

 

A follow up idea to the interview suggestion above...

 

As you may have noticed, I am a self-identified Kevin Tracey Science groupie, but I've never written or spoken to him. But I do know what questions to ask him that are relevant to our Healthy Longevity Science concerns.

  • How about I contact him to do an interview?
  • I prepare questions to ask him and submit those for your review and approval.
  • You and I interview him together. You lead and I'm on the line to ask interesting follow up questions based on his answers to our initial questions.
  • If you prefer, I'd also be willing to interview myself if you first get me up to speed on format, requirements, expectations, etc.

I'm happy to assist any way I can to make this interview happen.

 

:)


Edited by HighDesertWizard, 17 August 2017 - 05:21 PM.


#35 onz

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Posted 18 August 2017 - 10:50 PM

I've sent off an email to Kevin and will let you know more once I've received a response :)


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#36 HighDesertWizard

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Posted 19 August 2017 - 12:11 AM

I've sent off an email to Kevin and will let you know more once I've received a response :)

Great!

 

If / when a yes answer comes back from him, I'd be happy to prepare a set of questions about his work and how it relates to our concerns.



#37 Mind

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Posted 19 August 2017 - 11:15 AM

Yes. Please prepare some questions. Don't post them here though. We will start a discussion in the Interviews sub-forum once we have confirmation, and then you can post the questions there.


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#38 YOLF

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Posted 05 June 2018 - 02:19 PM

I saw a SENS interview with Aubrey from earlier this year where several lab advancements were discussed including a designer gene for a bacterial enzyme for 7 keto-cholesterol. I really want to know more about this kind of thing. I know SENS is still underfunded, but maybe we can interview some of the investors/donors who are sitting on the fence and see if we can't better understand them. Perhaps there are some individuals at outside organizations. I know at least one Alzheimer's foundation was interested in scientists from our community. I'd really like to hear more about what could be done to improve their desire to fund our mission, or perhaps we can find out which company was working on the enzyme GT and get an update from them or some of the people they've looked to for funding? We really need to solve this funding problem.



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Posted 13 June 2018 - 01:35 AM

Great!

 

If / when a yes answer comes back from him, I'd be happy to prepare a set of questions about his work and how it relates to our concerns.

 

Unfortunately I never received a reply from his email address. If you know of another way to reach him let us know :)






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