Supporting the Society

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Supporting the Society


The Society is grateful to the following individual donors for their support of its work. The list includes individuals who have supported the Society from November 11, 2013 through November 3, 2014.

Over $5,000

Craig R. Barrett

Tom Leighton

George Yancopoulos

$1,000 to $5,000

Carra Bussa

Andrew Chong

Virginia Gaige

H. Robert Horvitz

Merle Kurzrock

George Landau

Alan Leshner

Kevin Luu

Paul Maddon

Jill Minar

Robert Shaw

Donald Smith

M. Smith

The Stifler Family Foundation

$250 to $999

Ray B. Auel

Reinier Beeuwkes

Delvin Beimfohr

Bruce Bender

Bradly Berg

Jeff Berwick

Karen Susan Brown

Park Chamberlain

Gilbert Cochran

Kenneth Cowin

Robert Cunningham

Erik DeBenedictis

Florence Derose

The Nick Dewolf Foundation

Gay Dybwad

Emilio Englade

Michela English

Sandra Fonville

Bert Forbes

Danny Freitas

Bill & Lorna Glaunsinger

David Goslin

Robin Halford

Linda & Steven Hipsman

Marcian Hoff

Diane Huffman

Leslie Jeffries

Steven B. Kosann

Larry & Elizabeth Kuo

Milton Lackey

Harry Markert

Christopher & Catherine Mathews

Darren McElfresh

Annie Murray

Charles Peck

Elizabeth Rakouskas

John Rippon

Billie Robison

Robert Rodgers

Daniel Rose

David Sharp

Linda G. Silversmith

Gustavus Simmons

Rachael Solem

Brian Steel

Saul Sternberg

John Stevenson

Satish Thatte

William Warburton

Paula Whitehouse

Jim Wooldridge

Bob Zeidman

Jeffrey Zinn

$100 to $249

H. M. Addkison

E. Allison

Susan W. Almy

Sonia R. Anderson

Kim Arnn

Maile Arnold

Patricia Baird

Sam Baker

Bibhuti Banerjee

Linda Baran

Elwood Barnes

Rachel Beech

Alvin L. Beilby

Barry Benjamin

Milton Bentley

Donald Bermack

Donald Berry

Richard Berry

Kenneth Biba

Elizabeth Bille

Matthew Birder

John Birdwell

Ronald Birnbaum

Mary Blackstone

Brian Bock

Scott Bolte

Donald L. Boos

Barbara Bowman

David Braverman

Robert Brobst

Martin Broeske

Linda Brown

James Bryan

Joseph Burdo

Dale Burningham

Nicholas Bush

Charles Butler

Terrell Ward Bynum

Thomas Cahill

James Callaway

Julie Carson

Francis X. Casey

Stephen Chang

Pritindra Chowdhuri

Norman Christie

Anne Clark

Marvin Cling

James Cockrum

Susan Colley

C. Conroy

Peter H. Coy

Gloria Crook

William Cruce

Everett Dade

Peter D'Amato

Frederic Darnell

Judy DeLoache

Joseph Demer

Marilyn DeMoss

Andrew DePristo

Robert Dockendorff

Kathleen Doering

John Doggett

Janet Dreyer

Leonard Duda

Reginald Dufour

Peggy Duly

Jesse Dunietz

T. E. Dyson

Kost Elisevich

Jeanette Eng

Marge Epstein

Ellen Erdelsky

Anne Evans

A. Evan Eyler

Arthur Falk

Phil Farquharson

Toni & Jeremy Fein

Nancy Feldman

William Felinski

Dale Ferguson

Susan Fisher

Gary Foss

Martha Frank

John Freeman

Alan French

Glen Gaddy

Tony Gambacurta

Srinivas Garimella

Mary Garnett

Robert B. …

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