<<June 8, 2000>>

Rafael Bozeman Rodriguez <rbrsat@pworld.net.ph>

Rafael Bozeman Rodriguez <paeling@doctor.com>

Kimberly K. Obbink <kobbink@montana.edu>

Raj Gururaja <raj_gururaja@agilent.com>

Marcos Costa <marcos_costa@agilent.com>

Alexandre Tunes <alexandre_tunes@agilent.com>

Drisha Leggitt <drisha_leggitt@agilent.com>

Victor T. Ching <vicching@compass.com.ph>

Professor Rashid Bashshur <bashshur@umich.edu>

R. Daniel Hague <dhague@umich.edu>

Ninfa Saturnino Springer <ninfa@umich.edu>

Lori Brossia <claws@umich.edu>

Ricardo Cabrera <rcabrera@3dechotech.com>

Alexandre Rivas <alex_mau@argo.com.br>

Dr. Fadia Alvic <Fadia.Alvic@rcenter.org>

Bob Spencer <bob.spencer@rcenter.org>

Mr. Myron H. Nordquist <myron_nordquist@burns.senate.gov>

Ms. Christina Higa <chris@elele.peacesat.hawaii.edu>

Sherrilynne Fuller <sfuller@u.washington.edu>

W. R. (Bill) Klemm <wklemm@cvm.tamu.edu>

Herman D. Tolentino <hermant@I-manila.com.ph>

Dr. Teresita I. Barcelo <sdemla@mozcom.com>

Felix (Lex) Librero <lex@laguna.net>

Arturo M. Pesigan <artpesigan@yahoo.com>

Dear Ralph:

(1) Many thanks for your msg (ATTACHMENT I), in response to my letter to Dr.
Arsenio Cantos and to Mr. Jose Ledesma of St. Luke's Medical Center and
College of Medicine.

It was also in my previous listserve distribution of "Manila workshop on
10/29th to 10/31st - May 27, 2000" which can now be retrieved at

(2) I sent it to the following addresses;

Dr. Arsenio Cantos, MD
St. Luke's College of Medicine

Mr. Jose Ledesma
President and CEO
St. Luke's Medical Center Philippines
279 E. Rodriguez Sr. Blvd.
Cathedral Heights
Quezon City, 1102 Philippines
(632) 723-0301 / 723-0101 / 723-0199
info@stluke.com.ph<<May 28, 2000>>Did not work.

The email address bounced my msg back so that I sent its hard copy to
Dr. Cantos by a first class airmail on May 27th, but I have not received his reply yet.

The email address is the same as the one listed at their web site.
If you get alternative one, pls let me have it at your earliest convenience.

(3) I am glad to know that you are now in the US. Yes, pls call me when you have time.

BTW, Kim is now planning to have a mini-workshop for her Native American
community project -- see her project proposal at

Should you have time, you may attend it so that you can discuss with her
and me and others about our project with your people in the Philippines.

Bozeman is your birthplace (hence your middle name), and Kim's
Montana State University is your and my alma mater!! After her
workshop, we may visit Yellowstone Park together as we did almost
45 years ago!! Kim may let us know the good spot for trout fishing, too!!

(4) I am very glad that Dr. Cantos will host your mini-workshop at his
college from October 29 to 31, 2000.

Pls check the availability of a PictureTel (or equivalent)
videoconferencing unit and an ISDN line, preferably at 384 Kbps.

Raj Gururaja of Agilent Technology in Hong Kong has already kindly
indicated his willingness to bring a HP 5500 echocardiogram machine to
Manila -- as his Brazilian counterpart did for our Manaus mini-workshop.

Dear Raj:

Pls note the date from October 29 to 31, 2000. I will later
inform the exact date and time of our telemedicine demonstration from Manila.

Dear Daniel:

As mentioned to you in Manaus, pls talk with Rashid on your
possible visit to Manila to assist our Filipino colleagues -- as
you did superbly in Manaus.

Dear Ninfa:

Daniel had very difficult trouble with the ISDN line in Manaus so
that Lori decided not to present your distance learning course on
nutrition. However, we will count you and your husband to attend
our Manila workshop.

Dear Ricardo:

Your Brazilian counterpart had a technical trouble with their
machine so that they could not bring it to demonstrate 3D image of
a heart with your software during our Manaus workshop.

Pls let me know if you can try the same at our telemedicine demo
during our Manila workshop.

Dear Fadia and Bob:

(5) Many thanks for your msg (ATTACHMENT IX).

(6) Alex tried many calls to Bob's phone, but alas, it always went to an
answering phone -- no choice to get a live person on your phone system,
so that he could not confirm his testing time, so that he decided not to
perform your videoconferencing. I am very sorry to miss your wonderful
presentation. (I would suggest Bob and Alex to have mobil phones.)

Should you be still interested in joining in our project, pls let me
know so that we can have your presentation during our Manila workshop.
I will inform you its exact date and time later, though there is 12 hour
time difference between EDT and Manila time.

Dear Christina:

(7) I will let you know the exact date and time when we will ask you for
your videoconferencing bridge service.

Dear Victor:

(8) You may arrange a program with your affiliated local TV station to
broadcast our telemedicine and videoconferencing sessions, as AMAZONSAT
TV station in Manaus did on May 31st.

It was also broadcast through Internet around the world so that our
colleagues in Japan, Paris and many other locations watched it as live.

You may devise the same for your TV station, if they haven't done
so yet -- as your consultation job!!

Dear Kim:

(9) During my trip to Manaus, I worked on the revision of your travel grant
application to the NSF. I will work it out next week and send to you
for your further refinement and submission to the NSF. You may need
Myron's help on this, too, as you did for our Tampere event last year.

This Manila workshop entirely depend on the success of your application to the NSF.

Dear Sherri and Bill Klemm:

(10) Pls let me know if you can make this workshop in Manila from 10/29th to
31st. If affirmative, pls send me;

(a) Full official address (title, division, affiliation, mailing
address, phone/fax, email, and URL, etc.) with social security number,

(b) A half to one full page of brief descriptive bio,

(c) A half to one full page description of possible contribution to
our colleagues in Philippines through this project, -- including
brief descriptions of intended distance learning courses, how it
is to be delivered through narrowband Internet, etc. This is very
important to convince peer group members of the NSF travel grant program.

Dear Sherri:

Your description may be a bit elaboration of ATTACHMENT II and III.

I would greatly appreciate it if you can send them to me ASAP.

Dear Sherri:

Referring to your msg (ATTACHMENT V), pls let me know a specific person
at the Fogarty Center of NIH so that we may approach for travel grant
for our medical personnel.

Dear Herman:

(11) Many thanks for your msg (ATTACHMENT IV).

Your i-DOC2 seems very interesting!! I may try to use it for co-authoring my papers and books with my colleagues.

Dear Teresita:

(12) Many thanks for your msgs (ATTACHMENT VI and VII).

I understand your budget difficulty well so that Ralph and I organized
our planned Manila mini-workshop to be held at the St. Luke College of
Medicine from October 29 to 31, 2000. We would greatly appreciate it if
you and your people can join in this mini-workshop.

(13) I would greatly appreciate it if you can kindly inquire following people
to help Ralph on technicalities;

Inocencio Daniel Cito Maramba, M.D.
Assistant Professor IV
UP College of Health Sciences
University of Philippines/Open University
Pedro Gil St.
Ermita, Manila 1000
Tel: +63-2-524-7118

Dr. Lolit Suplido
Online Teaching and Learning Laboratory
University of Philippines/Open University
Manila, Philippines
fhs-upou@mozcom.com.ph<<January 23, 2000>>Did not work.

Dear Lex:

(14) Referring to your msg (ATTACHMENT VIII), I hope you had a very
successful 5th Meeting of the Regional Working GRoup on Satellite
Communication Application under the auspices of UN-ESCAP in last March.

Your 14th Annual Conference of the Asian Association of Open
Universities (AAOU) will be held at your UPOU in Manila from October 25 to 27th, 2000.

In response to your cordial invitation, I would like to present my paper
Global University System," as revising its original which you can
retrieve as Paper on GUS for 5/31-6/2, 2000 Manaus workshop - May 15,
2000" at <http://www.kagawa-jc.ac.jp/~steve/global-univ-2000.html>.

I will send its revision with some descriptions about our Manaus
workshop by 30 June 2000 so that you can immediately compile them on CD
for distribution during conference registration.

Dear Arturo:

(15) I hope you will join in this workshop -- after all, our relation with
your people started with your Request For Proposal (RFP)!!

Best, Tak

Date: Mon, 29 May 2000 15:08:37 -0400 (EDT)
From: Ralph Rodriguez <paeling@doctor.com>
To: Tak Utsumi <utsumi@friends-partners.org>
Subject: RE: Manila workshop on 10/29th to 10/31st

Dear Tak -
Read your letter to Dr. Arsenio Cantos and to Mr. Jose Ledesma of St. Luke's
Medical Center and College of Medicine. As I mentioned to you, Mr. Ledesma
will be out of the country for three weeks but I hope that Dr. Cantos will
be able to reply to your message. I will call you when I am in NYC to see if
we can talk more on this. I will be busy here but will try to see what can
be done re- our October 29-31,2000 mini-conference in Manila (Quezon City).
You are certainly a busy man but so happy and fulfilled with what you are
doing. Goodluck.

From: "Sherrilynne Fuller" <sfuller@u.washington.edu>
To: "Takeshi Utsumi Ph. D." <utsumi@columbia.edu>
Subject: Tampere meeting
Date: Wed, 25 Aug 1999 08:42:12 -0700

Dr. Utsumi --

I was very pleased to review the Tampere meeting videos and outcomes just
now. Congratulations on receiving the Franklin award -- a most well
deserved honor! My regret is that I was unable to attend this important
conference as a result of a last minute personal situation. You obviously
accomplished a great deal and have built a firm foundation for the future
development of your vision of a global university system.

As I think you know we have a regional telemedicine group here at UW which
provides teleconsulting services throughout the Pacific Northwest and is
interested in potential international linkages. The Biomedical and Health
Informatics group that I lead is developing a Master's and Ph.D. program in
biomedical informatics as well as has offered pre- and postdoctoral training
in informatics for a number of years. One of our most recent fellows in
that program is Dr. Herman Tollentino of the University of the Philippines
who is developing a biomedical informatics program there. I noted with
interest that there is a potential pilot site at UP. I may be visiting
Dr. Tollentino later this Fall and, if possible, I will try to get in touch
w. Dr. Haraguchi while I am there to learn more about their program.
Also, we have recently been informed that the University of Washington
Dept. of Health Services proposal to create a new International Health and
Biomedical Informatics Research and Training program to work with scholars
from Peru and other Andean countries is likely to be funded by the Fogarty
International Center. (Dr. Anne Marie Kimball, Department of Health
Services leads that project and I am working with her on it. Dr. Kimball is
also involved in a number of additional international efforts -- including APEC).

Please continue to keep me informed of your efforts and let me know if I can
be of assistance.

Best wishes.


From: "Sherrilynne Fuller" <sfuller@u.washington.edu>
To: <utsumi@columbia.edu>
Cc: "Kimberly Obbink" <kobbink@montana.edu>,
"Herman Tolentino MD" <hermant@i-manila.com.ph>
Date: Mon, 31 Jan 2000 08:09:07 -0800

Tak, Kim

I was waiting to see if my calendar cleared enough so I could make it but
I'm afraid the timing is bad for me and I will, regretfully have to decline.

As you both know UW and the University of the Philippines in Manila is
planning for a Biomedical and Health Informatics faculty and graduate
student exchange in connection with UW's new graduate program in Biomedical
and Health Informatics. Herman Tollentino at UP was a fellow here at UW a
couple of years ago and he is working with me to develop this program.

Best wishes with your workshop. Again, I regret that I cannot be there.


From: "Herman Tolentino MD" <hermant@i-manila.com.ph>
To: "Tak Utsumi" <utsumi@friends-partners.org>
Subject: web app
Date: Fri, 19 May 2000 05:23:08 +0800

Dear Tak,

Here is something we have developed at the University of the Philippines
College of Medicine Medical Informatics Unit. It's a web-based interactive
document development system called iDOC2 http://cm1.upm.edu.ph/idoc2.
Through this application, people can work together asynchronously to develop
and edit documents wherever they are through the web.

Hope this might come in handy in a global university.

Herman D. Tolentino, MD

From: "Sherrilynne Fuller" <sfuller@u.washington.edu>
To: "Takeshi Utsumi Ph. D." <utsumi@columbia.edu>,
"Kim Obbink" <kobbink@montana.edu>
Subject: potential funding
Date: Tue, 22 Feb 2000 07:33:22 -0800

Tak, Kim

I'm not surprised by NSF reponse -- this has been their position for many
years (i.e. that medicine is NIH's reponsibility) while they concentrate on
"science." It does present difficulties.

RE: NIH funding for international activities, the Fogarty Center of NIH does
provide such funding. This is where funding for our Peru public health
informatics research and training project comes from.

I'm still interested in potentially attending the University of the
Philippines meeting but my spring travel schedule is quite full.

Kim -- I'd really like to meet you one of these days and talk about
potential collaboration. Any chance you're planning to be in Seattle in
next few months??


Sherrilynne Fuller, Ph.D.

Head, Division of Biomedical and Health Informatics
Department of Medical Education
School of Medicine 35-7155
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195
206-543-5531 Fax: 206-543-3389

From: "Faculty of Health Sciences" <dean-fhs@mozcom.com>
To: "Takeshi Utsumi" <utsumi@columbia.edu>
Cc: "Victor Ching" <viching@compass.com.ph>,
"Rafael Rodriguez" <ralphrod@nsclub.net>, <rbrsat@pworld.net.ph>,
"Herman Tolentino" <hermant@i-manila.com.ph>,
"Art Pesigan" <artpesigan@yahoo.com>, "Cito" <idcm@nwave.net>,
"Dr. Lex Librero" <lex@laguna.net.ph>
Subject: Mini-workshop proposed changes
Date: Tue, 22 Feb 2000 11:11:36 +0800

Dear Dr. Utsumi,

After reviewing the schedule you have prepared I together with Dr
Pesigan, Mr Victor Ching and other colleagues in the Open University, we
have the following proposals. The University has suffered from a 30%
budget cut from the Philippine Government, this was signed last week
amidst mass action and protest against it. Further, an administrative
order banning government institutions from hosting international
conferences from their own budget has been passed. These have
implications on our planned activity, thus the following suggestions:

1.. Should it push through the workshop should be scheduled around
middle of June and shortened to two days.
2.. The program should have more focus towards tertiary education
and special sessions in health (as with our previous suggested
schedule). Not undermining the importance of distance education in
elementary education and community college efforts these are not the
focus of the UP Open University and the UP Manila programs (and may not
be applicable to the Philippine context as of yet)
3.. By turning the mini workshop into what it really is- MINI , we
may be able to lessen the costs of the workshop and the logistics that
come with it. With the planned videoconference, we would need to hold it
in a venue outside the university where the ISDN lines may be ready- the
budget cut and the administrative order have limited our options and
external funding may be the only way this activity can be implemented.
4.. However, since our main objective is to develop a proposal. We
can host and organize a very small workshop, with key participants and
work on drafting this proposal.

Also we are in agreement that if we are to look for funding for the
activity you would be the best person to lead the search. Other
questions have also cropped up:

1.. If the mini conference is preliminary to a bigger Japan
Conference, then when will this be?
2.. How will the activities in the suggested schedule be preliminary
to that since most are just presentations?
We are looking forward to your answers and thoughts.



Date: Fri, 07 Apr 2000 17:35:26 +0800
To: Tak Utsumi<utsumi@columbia.edu>, <utsumi@fpwww.friends-partners.org>
From: "Teresita I. Barcelo" <tbarcelo@iconn.com.ph>
Subject: Mini-workshop postponement
Cc: Victor Ching<vicching@compass.com.ph>, <lex@laguna.net>,
Rafael Bozeman Rodriguez<rbsat@pworld.net.ph>, <artpesigan@yahoo.com>,

Dear Dr. Utsumi,

I regret to inform you that UPOU and UPM are having real difficulty
sourcing funds for the scheduled mini-workshop considering that the
projected date is sometime this June 2000. Moreover, UPOU is also very busy
now preparing for the AAOU Regional International Conference to held this
October 2000. Our human and physcial resources are quite limited to allow
us to handle two international conferences with schedules too close to each
other this year.

Maybe sometime later we can hold a small group workshop to discuss plans
on telemedicine. As of the moment, we would like to say that we need to
postpone indefinitely the plans for a workshop.

Thank you.

Yours truly,

Date: Mon, 15 Nov 1999 19:25:45 -0500 (EST)
From: Felix Librero <lex@laguna.net>
To: utsumi@www.friends-partners.org
Subject: Re: Inquiry about mini workshop in Manila

Dear Tak,

Thanks for the msg. Regarding a 3-4 day workshop in Manila next spring, I
think that this might be possible. I haven't spoken with our colleagues at
U.P. Manila, but I'm almost certain they would welcome this. Our group,
the Faculty of Health Sciences (of UPOU) now based at U.P. Manila, shall
have no problems with this, too, since they are all interested.

One thing that I have to consider, however, is that during the first week
of March UPOU shall be hosting the 5th Meeting of the Regional Working
GRoup on Satellite Communication Application under the auspices of
UN-ESCAP. Then, in October, the UPOU shall be hosting the 14th Annual
Conference of the Asian Association of Open Universities in Manila.

We can plan this out. I'll take this up with our group soon as I can.
Meanwhile, let me know of the details whenever they are available.

Now, back to the AAOU Conference. I'm the Chair of the Paper Presentations
Committee of the Conference and we have opened our invitations for paper
presenters. May I invite you and others interested to present papers in
the conference?

The theme of the Conference is: Open Learning and Distance Education:
Ideology, Pedagogy and Technology. The Conference shall be from 25-27
October 2000. For more information, please visit the Conference website:

Our deadline for submission of a 300-word abstract is 29 February 2000. We
shall act immediately on this proposal and will ask presenters to submit
their full-length papers by 30 June 2000 so that we could immediately
compile them on CD for distribution during conference registration.

Any takers? Please get in touch with me.

From: Fadia Alvic <Fadia.Alvic@rcenter.org>
To: "'Tak Utsumi'" <utsumi@friends-partners.org>
Subject: RE: Some materials for our mtg on 3/15th
Date: Thu, 8 Jun 2000 10:42:31 -0500

Dear Dr. Utsumi:

I trust that you are back from the Manaus conference and that you had a very
successful meeting. I'm curious as to what happened last Wednesday, May 31,
we waited at the Renaissance Center and didn't get the call for the
telecast. I actually stayed here until after 8:00 p.m. our time but didn't
get a call or the connection. Bob Spencer had the camera set at the
Renaissance Center and we waited for the call. I had prepared a short and
brief 15 minutes talk about the TVU and our offerings here and Mr. Spencer
had the tape ready to show to the conference. Finally, Bob had to leave for
another engagement he had for the evening.

I was out of the office on Monday and Tuesday before, and I did have a
message on my phone when I arrived to my office on Wednesday morning May 31
stating that a test will be conducted at 6:00 p.m. that night but when I
asked Bob he told me that this was for Tuesday at 6:00 for the testing.
So, I'm curious if the connections didn't work or if the conference schedule
changed, but we didn't get the call. I hope everything else went well and
that good things will continue to happen for the Global University,

Have a good day.

Fadia Alvic
Director, UT@ Renaissance Center

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Rafael Bozeman Rodriguez, Ph.D.
Former President of Trinity College of Quezon City
#7 Visayas Avenue, VASRA
1128 Quezon City, Philippines
Cedllphone: 0918-880-2799
Pager: 1481-792171
Powerpage: 633-3333
paeling@doctor.com -- while in the US frm 5/28/00 to 7/15/00.

Kimberly K. Obbink
Burns Telecommunications Center and Extended Studies
128 EPS Building,
Montana State University
Bozeman, MT 59717-3860
Tel: +1-406-994 6550
Fax: +1-406-994 7856

Raj Gururaja
Agilent Technologies
Hong Kong, China
Mobil: 852-9866-9007

Marcos Costa
Agilent Technologies Brasil Ltda.
Alameda Araguaia, 1142 - 2 Andar
06455-000 - Barueri - SP - Brasil
Fax: +55-11-7297-3793

Alexandre Tunes
Director, International Business Development
Agilent Technologies Brasil Ltda.
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Fax: +55-61-329-6199
Cel: +55-61-9965-3545

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Corporate Community Relations Manager
US Community Relations Manager
Agilent Technologies
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Roseville, CA 95747-5778
(916) 748-3826 phone
(916) 785-9236 fax

Victor T. Ching
President, Philippine Office
Foundation for the Support of the United Nations (FSUN)
Chinatown Broadcasting Network
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6815 H. V. Dela Costa St., cor. Ayala Ave.
Salcedo Village, Makati City
867-4490 to 92
Fax: 00632-812-7733

Professor Rashid Bashshur, Ph.D.
President-elect of the American Telemedicine Association
Editor-in-Chief of the Telemedicine Journal
Director of Telemedicine
Professor of Health management & Policy
The University of Michigan Health System
Am Arbor
Michigan 48109-2029
Tel: +1 734 647 3089
Fax: +1 734 936 9406

R. Daniel Hague, BSEE, FE
Director of Video Services
Senior Engineer
Video Networking
Information Technology Division
The University of Michigan Health System
200 Hill St., Buhr Bldg.
Ann Arbor, MI 48104-3297
Fax: 313-936-7787

Ninfa Saturnino Springer, PhD, RD, FADA
Associate Professor Emerita
School of Nursing
University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, MI, 48104 USA
Home Address: 8234 Woods Trail
WhitmoreLake, MI 48189
Fax (707) 897-2949

Lori Brossia
Telemedicine Coordinator
University of Michigan Health System
4251 Plymouth Road ALB2F3
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
Voice: 734-936-2257
734-936-2257 -- Emergency phone during session
Mobile: 734-678-9013
Pager: 734-936-6266 ID 4136

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Director, Sales & Marketing/Americas
3D EchoTech
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(800) 957-3246
(303) 438-8455
Fax: (303) 438-8530

Alexandre Rivas, Ph.D.
Adjunct Professor
Director of the Center for Environmental Sciences
University of Amazonas - Brazil
C.P. 4208, Manaus 69053-140
+55-92-644 23 22
Fax: +55-92-644 23 84

Dr. Fadia Alvic
Program Director, Renaissance Center
and the Tennessee Virtual University (TVU)
UT Office of Statewide Continuing Education
The Renaissance Center
855 Highway 46 South
PO Box 608
Dickson, TN 37056
Fax: 615-740-5618

Bob Spencer
The Renaissance Center
855 Highway 46 South
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Dickson, TN 37056
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Legislative Counsel
U.S. Senator Conrad Burns' Office
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Fax: 202-224-8594
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Associate Director
Center for Oceans Law and Policy
University of Virginia School of Law
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Charlottesville, VA 22903
Fax: 804-982-2622

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Associate Director
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University of Hawaii
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Head, Division of Biomedical Informatics
Department of Medical Education
School of Medicine 35-7155
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195
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Professor of Neuroscience
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College Station, TX 77843-4458
Forum Enterprises, Inc.
9001 Grassburr Road
P.O. Box 5755
Bryan, TX 77805-5755
409-589-2665 (home)
FAX: 409-847-8981
wklemm@cvm.tamu.edu<<June 22, 1999>>Use this.
http://www.cvm.tamu.edu/wklemm -- resume and slide show of 8/19/98.
Demos & literature available at our WWW site:
http://cvm.tamu.edu/~vaph/klemm/resume.html -- photo of Dr. Klemm
www.cvm.tamu.edu/wklemm/contents.htm -- white-paper
http://www.foruminc.com/forum98.show/ss_ind.html -- slide show

Herman D. Tolentino, MD
Associate Professor
Medical Informatics Unit
University of the Philippines College of Medicine
Anesthesiology / Medical Informatics
ICQ No.: 52662721
Email: hermant@I-manila.com.ph
Web: http://www.veranda.com.ph/hermant

Dr. Teresita I. Barcelo
Dean, Faculty of Health Sciences
University of Philippines/Open University
Manila, Philippines
Tel: 526-2272
Fax: 523-1633
Pager: 1441-17-1114
tbarcelo@iconn.com.ph<<June 5, 2000>>Did not work.

Felix (Lex) Librero, Ph.D.
Vice Chancellor, Research & Development
University of the Philippines Open University (UPOU)
College, Los Banos, Laguna, Philippines 4031
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Trunklines: +63-49+536-6001 to 6 local 500/501

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University of the Philippines/Manila
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