Doctor David Waters: The Old Gray Muzzle Tour 2013
In Pursuit of Healthier Aging: What the Oldest-Old Rottweilers Can Teach Us About Successful Aging and Cancer Resistance
David J. Waters, DVM, PhD, Director, Center for Exceptional Longevity Studies, Gerald P. Murphy Cancer Foundation; Associate Director, Purdue University Center on Aging and the Life Course, West Lafayette, Indiana
The Old Grey Muzzle Tour 2013 is a 40-day, cross-country trek by Dr. Waters to gain new insights into aging by studying 12 of the oldest-living Rottweilers in the United States in their homes. The Tour begins in Homer, Alaska (March 4) and finishes in West Lafayette, Indiana on April 12. The Old Grey Muzzle Tour 2013 includes 9 Celebration Stops where Dr. Waters will spend the evening with people inspired to learn more about his out-of-the-ivory-tower-and-into-the-living-room brand of research. Veterinary Village LLC is the proud sponsor of Dr. Waters' Celebration Stop in Lomira slated for the 26th of March.
Veterinary Village LLC Lomira WI, 7 to 10 PM on Tuesday March 26, 2013
There is no fee to attend but donations to Dr. Water's research are invited.
Please RSVP by calling 920-269-4000 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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