Tom Donohue

Tom Donohue, M.Ed., is a biologist who worked with 2009 Nobel prize-winning geneticist Elizabeth Blackburn on life extension. He was a biologist for over 40 years both as a laboratory virologist and microbiologist. He worked as a science educator at one of America's top-rated public high schools for 20 years. He also occasionally writes science articles for the Pagan magazine, Green Egg. He is now retired, living in the woods with his wife Ariel, where most of his friends are four-legged or feathered.

















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