Leaders of Science
Otis Brawley
The Scientist Staff | Sep 1, 1997
The Scientist Date: September 1, 1997 "THE SCIENTIST helps me stay informed. No other journal writes so comprehensively about science and science policy." OTIS BRAWLEY, Director Office of Special Populations, National Cancer Institute Otis Brawley was given a job last June to help plan and guide the National Cancer Institute's (NCI's) agenda and ensure that the questions asked by NCI-sponsored scientists are pertinent to all Americans and that questions pertinent to women, the elderly, minorit
Gerald Holton
The Scientist Staff | Jul 20, 1997
The Scientist Date: July 21, 1997 THE SCIENTIST® The Newspaper for the Life Sciences Professional (609)-786-7207 For Fast Service "THE SCIENTIST offers the kind of in-depth, well-researched articles on topical problems in science and science policy to which other journals often don't give enough time or space." Gerald Holton Mallinckrodt Professor of Physics and Professor of History of Science Harvard University Physicist and science historian Gerald Holton has pioneered the historical
Suzanne Ildstad
The Scientist Staff | Jun 22, 1997
The Scientist Date: June 23, 1997 THE SCIENTIST® The Newspaper for the Life Sciences Professional (609)-786-7207 For Fast Service "THE SCIENTIST is a very important periodical to keep scientists informed on the politics of academia and scientific discoveries." Suzanne Ildstad Professor and Director Institute for Cellular Therapeutics Allegheny University of the Health Sciences, Philadelphia. As a surgery resident at Massachusetts General Hospital, Suzanne Ildstad became interested in t
Alan Leshner
The Scientist Staff | May 25, 1997
The Scientist Date: April 26, 1997 THE SCIENTIST® The Newspaper for the Life Sciences Professional (609)-786-7207 For Fast Service "It's obviously very important to stay up to date, and since I define my field broadly, THE SCIENTIST has the most comprehensive coverage of a wide range of topics. THE SCIENTIST is a good way to stay connected with policy, policymakers, and the general scientific community." ALAN LESHNER Director National Institute On Drug Abuse National Institutes Of Heal
Robert Brent
The Scientist Staff | Mar 30, 1997
The Scientist Date: March 31, 1997 THE SCIENTIST® The Newspaper for the Life Sciences Professional (609)-786-7207 For Fast Service "As an academician interested primarily in basic science, teaching, and clinical care, I find THE SCIENTIST provides me with the opportunity to broaden my knowledge of areas that are not covered in the material that I usually read, such as the politics and economics of science, as well as expanding my vocabulary in the language of other scientific fields."
William T. Golden
The Scientist Staff | Mar 2, 1997
The Scientist Date: March 3, 1997 THE SCIENTIST® The Newspaper for the Life Sciences Professional (609)-786-7207 For Fast Service "THE SCIENTIST has character and personality....THE SCIENTIST is a stimulating and very important component of the scientific literature." WILLIAM T. GOLDEN, Member, National Academy of Sciences 1996 recipient of the National Academy of Sciences Public Welfare Medal Since early childhood," William T. Golden remarks, "I have always enjoyed tinkering with elect
Sheila Moriber Katz
The Scientist Staff | Feb 16, 1997
The Scientist Date: February 17, 1997 THE SCIENTIST® The Newspaper for the Life Sciences Professional (609)-786-7207 For Fast Service "Drenched by monsoons of fact, I rely on my umbrella, THE SCIENTIST, to shield me from all but the most useful news in my scientific pursuits." SHEILA MORIBER KATZ, Special Assistant to the President and CEO, Allegheny Health, Education, and Research Foundation (AHERF); Professor, Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Allegheny University of the Health Scie
Zora Kramer Brown
The Scientist Staff | Feb 2, 1997
The Scientist Date: February 3, 1997 Photo: Hason Miccolo Johnson THE SCIENTIST® The Newspaper for the Life Sciences Professional (609)-786-7207 For Fast Service "THE SCIENTIST provides an important source of information on what's happening within the scientific community on breast cancer research and what kinds of information scientists need to make study determinations. THE SCIENTIST is very useful." Zora Kramer Brown Executive Director Breast Cancer Resource Committee Washington, D.
Jim Buss
The Scientist Staff | Jan 19, 1997
The Scientist Date: January 20, 1997 THE SCIENTIST® The Newspaper for the Life Sciences Professional (609)-786-7207 For Fast Service "Toxicology is a highly interdisciplinary science that taps a wide variety of scientific disciplines from biology, immunology, and biochemistry to the applied sciences. THE SCIENTIST keeps me up to date very nicely in terms of critical funding activities in Congress that affect these disciplines." JIM BUSS President, Society of Toxicology, Reston, VA Tech
April Burke
The Scientist Staff | Jan 5, 1997
The Scientist Date: January 6, 1997 THE SCIENTIST® The Newspaper for the Life Sciences Professional (609)-786-7207 For Fast Service I read THE SCIENTIST because it keeps me up to date on issues important to my business -- research funding trends, science policy, and oversight, advocacy, and more. I also learn more about research innovations from The Scientist and find that the publication influences my clients' opinions." April Burke, principal Lewis-Burke Associates Washington DC Was
Peter Raven
The Scientist Staff | Dec 8, 1996
The Scientist Date: December 9, 1996 THE SCIENTIST® The Newspaper for the Life Sciences Professional (609)-786-7207 For Fast Service "While I read a lot of news and scientific journals, THE SCIENTIST gives me a comprehensive overview and keeps me up to date on science policy, news, and issues. This is very important to me because of the various committees on which I serve." PETER RAVEN Director, Missouri Botanical Garden and Professor, Washington University, St. Louis Home Secretary,
Philippa Marrack
The Scientist Staff | Nov 24, 1996
The Scientist Date: November 25, 1996 THE SCIENTIST® The Newspaper for the Life Sciences Professional "Because of the way THE SCIENTIST is formatted, I can glean a lot from it quickly. There are a lot of interesting topics and ideas presented in brief. And that's something I appreciate because of my hectic schedule." Philippa Marrack Howard Hughes Medical Institute, National Jewish Center, Denver Throughout their scientific careers, Philippa Marrack and John Kappler, husband and wife
Catherine Didion
The Scientist Staff | Nov 10, 1996
The Scientist Date: November 11, 1996 THE SCIENTIST® The Newspaper for the Life Sciences Professional "The SCIENTIST... gives you the ability to learn quickly what's happening in disciplines other than your own. It is almost like a compass: It tells you quickly where the world of science is heading." Catherine Didion, executive director, Association for Women in Science, Washington, D.C. When Catherine Didion looks over the 25-year history of the Association for Women in Science (AWIS
Mary Lowe Good
The Scientist Staff | Sep 29, 1996
The Scientist Date: September 30, 1996 THE SCIENTIST® The Newspaper for the Life Sciences Professional "THE SCIENTIST does an important job covering science and technology issues that are crucial to the health of the United States in the 21st century." Mary Lowe Good,Undersecretary for Technology, U.S. Department of Commerce In recognition of her overall contributions to the field of chemistry, Mary Good has been selected to receive the Priestley Medal -- the highest honor of the Ameri
John W. Suttie
The Scientist Staff | Sep 15, 1996
The Scientist Date: September 16, 1996 THE SCIENTIST® The Newspaper for the Life Sciences Professional "THE SCIENTIST provides a good overview of topics of interest to the scientific community. It provides useful information on public policy issues and advances in the biological sciences." John W. Suttie, Professor and Chairman.Department of Nutritional Sciences and Professor Department of Biochemistry, University of Wisconsin, Madison John W. Suttie, professor and chairman, department
Robert T. Sauer
The Scientist Staff | Sep 1, 1996
The Scientist Date: September 2, 1996 THE SCIENTIST® The Newspaper for the Life Sciences Professional "I enjoy reading the articles in THE SCIENTIST with broader implications, such as public policy, education, ethics, and federal support of biomedical research. These provide an important source of information." Robert T. Sauer, Whitehead Professor of Biochemistry, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Robert Sauer, who was elected to membership in the National Academy of Sciences in 1996
Lovell Jones
The Scientist Staff | Aug 18, 1996
The Scientist Date: August 19, 1996 THE SCIENTIST® The Newspaper for the Life Sciences Professional "THE SCIENTIST is focused on areas that most other publications shy away from....They are issues you see in other periodicals, but they don't have the breadth in terms of looking at their impact on minority and medically underserved populations." Lovell Jones, director, Section of Experimental Gynecology/Endocrinology,Department of Gynecologic Oncology, University of Texas M.D. Anderson C
Mina Bissell
The Scientist Staff | Jul 21, 1996
The Scientist Date: July 22, 1996 THE SCIENTIST® The Newspaper for the Life Sciences Professional "Science is inseparable from other issues that confront us in our daily lives, and THE SCIENTIST presents both sides of controversial issues thoroughly....THE SCIENTIST tells our stories." Mina Bissell, director, Life Sciences Division, Berkeley National Laboratory; president-elect, American Society for Cell Biology, Washington, D.C. From the outset of her career as a scientist, Mina Bissell
Roy Silverstein
The Scientist Staff | Jul 7, 1996
The Scientist THE SCIENTIST® The Newspaper for the Life Sciences Professional "Reading THE SCIENTIST gives me rapid insight into fast-breaking developments in all areas of science while keeping me abreast of important national political and economic trends critically important to the future of clinical research." ROY SILVERSTEIN, past president, American Federation for Clinical Research, Thorofare, N.J.; professor of medicine, Cornell University Medical College, New York As head of the
Susan Henry
The Scientist Staff | Jun 23, 1996
As dean of the science college at a major research university and an active teacher and researcher, Susan Henry is a successful and energetic spokesperson for science and science education. In addition to balancing her administrative duties with research and teaching, Henry is actively involved in programs for science teachers and partnerships that bring science to many audiences. On the national level, she serves as a member of the National Institutes of Health's National Advisory General Medi