From: French, Jef (NIH/NIEHS) [E] (
Sent: Mon 2/15/10 12:42 PM
To: mengfu shih (
Cc: Hengning Ke (
I am please that your relayed the information on you webite and did not know of your gene2gene web site. 
I did not know of your injuries that may have handicapped you physically but relieved to know you are active,
 productive, and working. I went directly to the Bcl2 page and wil visit more. Currently, I'm working on haplotype-phenotype 
associations for different toxicities and identifying variants of varying penetrance. Your site will be very instructive and useful to investigate interactions and reconciling
 networks and pathways identified from Ingenuity or GeneGo, KEGG, Biocarta, et cetera. Thanks very much.
I am forwarding your email and information to my colleague, Hengning Ke.
Best of luck and wishes for this New Year!
John E. French, Ph.D.
Acting Chief, Host Susceptibility Branch
National Toxicology Program
National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
National Institutes of Health
111 T. W. Alexander Drive
P. O. Box 12233, MD K2-08
Research Triangle Park, NC 27709 USA
919-541-2569 tel
919-542-3647 fax
919-208-1657 mobile


From: Xiaole Shirley Liu (
Sent: Sun 8/31/08 5:40 PM
To: 'mengfu shih' (

I admire your work, but you might consider sending these update emails once a year, rather than once a month.


From: Ling Ouyang (
Sent: Thu 8/28/08 8:12 AM
To: mengfu shih (

What I said has nothing to do with your handicap and speaking as another who came back from the dead, a suggestion: don't use your handicap as a reason to excuse your mistakes.
Date: Wed, 27 Aug 2008 15:48:38 -0400
Subject: Re: Bcl2
If you want to make your web-site respected, like it or not, you will have to proof-read the text, esp. when a misspelling misdirects a user. E.g. try the first link which you spelled as Aid. I am sure you don't mean activation-induced cytidine deaminase since you wrote 愛滋.
Yong-Ling Ow

From: yang (
Sent: Mon 10/13/08 5:15 PM
To: 'mengfu shih' (
Dear Michael,
    Thank you for sending me these URL's. It's good to know that you
are a fighter, who is still interested in science after all the sufferring.
One thing you should be proud of is that BioCarta is a successful
work you have created. Many people are still using it.
    Do you have access to academic journals? Making this kind of database
will sometimes need to read the full article. Please let me know how can
I help to make your work even better. 
Yours truly,

Subject: RE: boinformatics
Date: Thu, 9 Oct 2008 14:58:50 +0800

Dear Dr. Shih:

 Thank you for sharing your new web sites with me. Unfortunately we have a faculty meeting on Monday and I cannot attend your talk at Life Science Library. May I invite you to visit our institute (Institute of Information Science) when you are in Taipei? Ill be available every Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. We can have lunch together. If you have time, we would like to hear your talk about your new web sites and findings. Thank you and have a nice stay in Taiwan.

 Best regards,

Chun-Nan Hsu

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Sent: Fri 10/03/08 8:19 AM
To: mengfu shih (
Dear Mengfu,
Thanks very much for the useful inforamtion. In fact, we are interested in p53 now. It is quite useful for us.
Hope you can recover well. Gosh! Take care.
Very best wishes,
From: Pennington, Bruce (
Sent: Fri 2/20/09 10:36 AM
To: 'mengfu shih' (

Dear Mr. Shih,

 Good idea! You might want to add candidate genes for dyslexia, like DCDC2, ROBO1 etc.

Bruce F. Pennington, PhD


Sent: Thu 3/26/09 1:31 AM
To: mengfu shih (
no more emails please!!!!!
David T. Scadden, MD 

please stop bothering me‏
From: Alexey Terskikh (
Sent: Wed 4/22/09 11:00 PM
To: mengfu shih (
Please stop bothering me
thank you
From: Robert Klein (
Sent: Fri 4/17/09 8:22 AM
To: mengfu shih (
Please remove me from your mailing list.  

Robert Klein

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From: Prockop, Darwin J. (
Sent: Tue 4/14/09 11:37 AM
To: mengfu shih (
Please REMOVE/UNSUBSCRIBE  from your mailing list. Thank you.
From: Joshua J. Coon (
Sent: Wed 5/20/09 6:51 AM
To: mengfu shih (
I do not want your emails. please stop emailing me
From: Leibenluft, Ellen (NIH/NIMH) [E] (
Sent: Mon 6/15/09 2:19 PM
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Sent: Wed 6/24/09 8:33 AM
To: 'mengfu shih' (

Im sorry please remove me from your list.thank you.


From: Paul Thompson (
Sent: Thu 7/30/09 9:43 PM
To: mengfu shih (
Thanks Michael
This is a great website! I have bookmarked it and I will use it. I think this will be very powerful as you add more genes.
From: Jeste, Shafali (
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Sent: Thu 9/03/09 7:49 AM
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From: Ginocchio, Christine - PhD (
Sent: Sun 9/20/09 1:23 PM
To: mengfu shih (
Please remove me immediately from your email list.
From: Maya Mitalipova (
Sent: Mon 9/14/09 9:40 PM
To: mengfu shih (
If you do not stop sending me these emails I have to talk to IT department to block you. 

From: Spencer, Geoff (NIH/NHGRI) [E] (
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Sent: Tue 10/06/09 11:52 AM
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Dear Mr Shih,
Thank you for making us aware of your web site. I will forward it to the appropriate staff at NHGRI. Best wishes in your work.
Best regards, 
Geoffrey Spencer
Public Affairs Specialist
National Human Genome Research Institute