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Scientist's Statement on Scientific Integrity

On February 18, 2004, 62 leading scientists--Nobel laureates, leading medical experts, former federal agency directors, and university chairs and presidents--signed a scientist's statement on scientific integrity in policymaking. Over the next four years, 15,000 U.S. scientists voiced their concern about the misuse of science by the George W. Bush administration.

The following is a list of all of the scientists who signed on to the scientists' statement after it was released in 2004. These scientists represent a variety of fields, from engineers to physicists to ecologists to public health officials. All of the signers have experience in the United States scientific community and recognize the importance of scientific integrity and independence. To see a sampling of prominent signatories, click here.

Several scientists do not have an organization listed with their name. These scientists are retired, unaffiliated, or indicated that they preferred not to list their organizations with their signatures on the statement. You may use the form below to search for a colleague or for signers in your state.

If you are a scientist and would like to join us as we work to implement broad reforms, you can declare your support for a new scientist call to action and join the Restoring Scientific Integrity Network here.

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First  Middle  Last  Organization  City  State 
William  Franklin  Aaron III    Frisco  TX 
Scott  J.  Aaronson  University of California, Berkeley  Berkeley  CA 
Jerald  L.  Abajian, M. D.  Queen of the Valley Hospital  Napa  CA 
Kevork  N.  Abazajian    College Park  MD 
Alexander  R.  Abbas  Genentech, Inc  Belmont  CA 
Luna    Abdallah  University of California, San Francisco  San Francisco  CA 
Luna    Abdallah  University of California, San Francisco  San Francisco  CA 
Mahmoud  Mohamed  Abdel-Monem    Oak Harbor  WA 
Alex    Abdelnour  Georgia Institute of Technology  Atlanta  GA 
Asha    Abdool    South Ozone Park  NY 
John  R.  Abelson  U. Illinois at Urbana-Champaign  Urbana  IL 
Dan    Aberle    Portland  OR 
Rollin  H.  Abernethy  University of Wyoming  Laramie  WY 
Richard  J.  Abitz  Fluor Fernald  Blue Ash  OH 
Kenneth  P.  Able  University at Albany, State Univ. of NY  McArthur  CA 
Myla  A.  Ablog    San Francisco  CA 
Lois    Ablw    Tulsa  OK 
Sandra    Abmayr    Spring  TX 
Fareed    Aboul-Ela  Louisiana State University  Baton Rouge  LA 
John  Patrick  Abraham  University of St. Thomas  Minneapolis  MN 
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