Human Growth Hormone: Can it help?
Video about the Yamanaka Factors
Video of my talk at the March 8, 2022 meeting.
Video of my talk at the February 8, 2022 meeting.
Printed Prolonging healthy aging: Longevity vitamins and proteins, by Bruce Ames, 2018.
Started reading Ames, 2018.
In the morning I read a bit more of Ames 2018 paper.
Today my book Blind Analysis for Design of Experiments arrived. I ordered it last month. I browsed through it a bit.
I am not getting enough journal reading in so I think I will implement a policy of 1 article per week minimum.
Finished reading Ames 2018.
Reading in Xu, 20
Printed McCann (2018).
First class of Cellular Signaling, being taught by my advisor Larry Duffy. It is a 1 hour class meeting 3 times a week.
I spent most of the morning getting ready for the 2 pm meeting of the aging discussion group, and then an hour holding the discussion. 2 new non-local members, but not so many local members showed up. Total of about 7 of us.
Class in the morning (from 9:30 to 10:30).
After class I talked about my PhD project with Dr. Duffy.
In the evening I started reading a journal article … in the future I will try to do a better job of logging these (written 2/12/22 when I was reviewing these fir posting on my blog)
Protocol-Y meeting. Very good discussion. He is starting to put together his interview series for his documentary.
He requested books we liked, so I put together a list of my books. I spent quite a bit of time after the meeting doing so. I should link it here!
When I read an aging book I usually take handwritten notes on it. But a lot of these I haven’t transcribed. I figured Tom would find them useful (and perhaps other people) so I worked on my notes from reading Spring Chicken (which I thought was the best aging book I have read).
Class in the morning.
Finished entering my notes from Spring Chicken.
Started reading Kappele’s Blind Analysis for Design of Experiments and Response Surface Methodology, chapter 1 & 2 and browsed through the appendix.
Found several interesting papers, printed 3 of them and read one
Read chapter 3 of Kappele’s Blind Analysis for Design of Experiments and Response Surface Methodology.
After a day off Monday, had class today.
In the afternoon I worked on my thesis project proposal.
Spent most of the day working on my proposal for an experiment. Did a little bit more work on my reading log, getting more information entered.
Short entry for a ton of work!
Cellular Signaling class, 9:30 to 10:30. This class actually works really well with my schedule because I drop my daughter off at 9:15 for her class in Gruening. She finishes in time to walk up to my classroom in Reichardt by the time I get out.
This page was started when a friend asked for a list of my aging books. He has begun to put together a documentary about aging and rejuvenation, and I am one of his advisors. I generated this list from my list of books in my library (which happens to exceed 2,000). It turns out I have more than 40. I took notes on about half of these, and of these about 1/4 are online (those that are online are linked; just click the title).
Alternative list in my Ray’s Readings page, which has better descriptions but only includes the books I have entered the notes for.
This was last updated in January 2022.
|Agus, David B. MD||A Short Guide to a Long Life|
|Amen, Daniel G. MD||Use Your Brain to Change Your Age|
|Anton, Ted||The Longevity Seekers|
|Austad, Steven||Why We Age|
|Beers, Mark H. (M.D.) and Robert Berkow, M. D. (editors)||The Merck Manual of Geriatrics|
|Ben Bova||Immortality: How Science is Extending Your Live Span–and Changing the World|
|Blastland, Michael||The Norm Chronicles|
|Bredesen, Dale E. MD||The End of Alzheimer’s|
|Buettner, Dan||The Blue Zones|
|Calton, Mira CN; Jayson Calton, PhD||Rebuild Your Bones|
|Clark, William R.||A Means to an End: The biological Basis of Aging and Death|
|Cold Spring Harbour Laboratory||Mechanisms of Aging|
|Crowley, Chris & Henry S. Lodge MD||Younger Next Year: Live Strong, Fit and Sexy–Until You’re 80 and Beyond|
|Dawkings, Richard||The Blind Watchmaker|
|de Grey, Aubrey||Ending Aging: The Rejuvenation Breakthroughs that Could Reverse Human Aging in Our Lifetime|
|Evans, William & Irwing Rosenberg||Biomarkers: The 10 Dertminants of Aging You Can Control|
|Finch, Caleb E.||Longevity, Senescence, and the Genome|
|Finch, Caleb E.||The Biology of Human Longevity|
|Finch, Caleb E. and Thomas B. L. Kirkwood||Chance, Development, and Aging|
|Friedman, S. Howard and Martin, R. Leslie||The Longevity Project|
|Gifford, Bill||Spring Chicken: Stay Young Forever (or die trying)|
|Gittleman, Ann Louise PhD||Radical Longevity|
|Gundry, Steven R. MD||The Longevity Paradox|
|Kaeberlein, R. Matt and Martin, M. George||The Biology of Aging|
|Kastner, Joseph||A species of eternity|
|Kelder, Peter||Ancient Secret of the Fountain of Youth|
|Kirkwood, Tom||Time of Our Lives|
|Kurzweil, Ray and Terry Grossman||Fantastic Voyage: Live Long Enough to Live Forever|
|Longo, Valter PhD||The Longevity Diet|
|Masoro, Edward J. & Steven N. Austad||Handbook of the Biology of Aging, 5th Edition|
|Masoro, Edward J. & Steven N. Austad||Handbook of the Biology of Aging, 6th Edition|
|Medine, John J.||The Clock of Ages|
|Metzl, Jamie||Hacking Darwin: Genetic Engineering and the Future of Humanity|
|Mitteldorf, Josh||Cracking the Aging Code|
|Mosley, Dr. Michael||The Fast Life|
|Olshansky, S. Jay and Bruce A. Carnes||The Quest for Immortality|
|Reynolds, Siimon||365 Ways to Live to 100|
|Robbins, John||Healthy at 100|
|Sinclair, David A.||Lifespan: Why We Age-and Why We Don’t Have To|
|Stipp, David||The Youth Pill: Scientists at the brink of an anti-aging revolution|
|Walford, Roy L. MD||The Anti-Aging Plan|
|Walford, Roy L. MD||The 120 Year Diet|
|Weindruch, Richard & Walford, L. Roy M.D.||The Retardation of Aging And Disease By Dietary Restriction|
|West, Michael||The Immortal Cell|
|Author||Title||How Well I Liked|
|Robbins, John||Healthy at 100||Fair|