Mike Kauffman’s labor of love, the Biomed Listserv has moved. Once hosted by AOL, Mike’s snapped up an Internet domain (www.bmetsonline.org) and is adding some new features to extend the email listserv.

If you’re already subscribed to the Biomed Listserv, Mike has already moved all the subscribers to the new system (thanks Mike!). If you want to subscribe, click here. Be sure to check out the FAQ first. Starting January, 2008 Mike will be charging list subscribers a modest annual fee – well worth the investment.

UPDATE: The Biomed Listserv is now called Biomedtalk, and is sponsored and administrated by the ECRI Institute. Here’s a description of the transition from Mike Kauffman to the ECRI Institute from a press release:

ounded in 1997 by Mike Kauffman, assistant director of facilities for the Reading Hospital and Medical Center in Reading, PA, Biomedtalk became an active forum for discussion across all members of the biomedical and clinical engineering profession.

The listserv now has over 1,700 members, having attracted over 100 new members since March 1, 2010, when ECRI Institute took the reins and discontinued the membership fee.

See FAQ number two on this web page on ECRI’s site to learn how to subscribe to the listserv. There’s a searchable archive too, but you have to register (here’s how).