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Allen Jones is a loyal friend one can count on. Allen features as the foremost whistleblower in the first chapter of the book -- A Crisis of Conscience: Whistleblowing in an Age of Fraud (2019), by Tom Mueller, a Harvard graduate, who has written a comprehensive exploration of the history of whistleblowing and a psychological profile of the heroic men and women of conscience. These whistleblowers risked their career by exposing fraud and corruption at state and federal government agencies. Mueller describes the whistleblowers’ predicament when they challenge powerful government institutions ... Continue reading →


Mark Crispin Miller, PhD is Professor of Media, Culture, and Communication at New York University. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Northwestern University in 1971, and his doctorate in English from Johns Hopkins University in 1977. Although he specialized in Renaissance literature, Miller is best known as a media critic. Before joining New York University, Miller served as director of film studies at Johns Hopkins University. He is a recipient of fellowships from the Rockefeller, Ingram Merrill and Guggenheim Foundations. Mark Miller's fields of interest include the use of state and ... Continue reading →


David Cohen, PhD is Marjorie Crump Chair in Social Welfare, UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs. In his work he studies the social and cultural effects of prescribed psychoactive drugs as they are constructed through language, attitudes, and social interactions. Public and private institutions in Canada, France, and the U.S. have funded him to conduct clinical-neuropsychological studies, qualitative investigations, and epidemiological surveys of patients, professionals, and the general population. He is also interested in international comparative research on mental health trends and efforts ... Continue reading →


Meryl Nass, MD, is an internal medicine physician and activist with expertise in anthrax and bioterrorism; her interest is in prevention, investigation, amelioration, and safe and effective medical response. Her expertise and experience includes treating patients with Gulf War syndrome and adverse effects from the anthrax vaccine. She has raised cogent critiques about the deficient response to the recent Ebola outbreak; unfounded panic about a so-called measles epidemic; global vaccine safety issues; medical ethics; and corruption in the medical industrial military complex. Dr. Nass tries t... Continue reading →


John H. Noble, Jr, Ph.D., retired in August, 2005, from his position as Endowed Professor for Social Justice, The Catholic University of America. He has been Emeritus Professor since 1993 at the State University of New York at Buffalo, where he held joint appointments in the School of Social Work and in Rehabilitation Medicine. Over the years, his research and analytic interests have focused on the evaluation of public policy as it furthers or hinders the autonomy of disabled people. These interests converge on the human rights mission of the Alliance for Human Research Protection in confronti... Continue reading →


Edward M. Opton, Jr., Ph.D., J.D., is a lawyer at the National Center for Youth Law, which provides legal services for low-income children. A graduate of Yale, he received his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Duke University, a law degree from the University of California, Berkeley School of Law. His current work focuses on the abuse of chemical restraints on children, especially foster children, by means of “antipsychotic” and other psychiatric drugs. Mr. Opton did research on psychological stress at UC Berkeley in the 1960s and ’70s and he was Associate Dean at The Wright Institute... Continue reading →


A public advocate for human rights is the founder and president of the Alliance for Human Research Protection (AHRP) which serves as an information resource and public interest watchdog organization whose goal is to unlock the walls of secrecy in biomedical research and bring accountability to that endeavor. AHRP Infomails have a wide following: they are read by physicians and scientists, public health officials, journalists, lawyers, and patient advocacy organizations. Her advocacy achievements include: suspension of Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) pesticide experiment (CHEERS) on ch... Continue reading →


Jennifer Margulis, PhD, is an award-winning science writer, a Fulbright grantee, and a sought-after speaker. She is the daughter of renowned evolutionary biologist Lynn Margulis, PhD. Dr. Margulis graduated magnum cum laude from Cornell University, earned a Master’s degree from the University of California at Berkeley, and a PhD from Emory University. She is the author/co-author/editor of eight nonfiction books, three of which have won national honors and awards. She has appeared live on prime-time television in Paris, France to advocate for an end to child slavery, worked on the liter... Continue reading →

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