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First signatories to the statement No scientific consensus on GMO safety

21 October 2013
Notification: All signatories sign in an individual capacity and this statement reflects their personal views. There is no suggestion that the views expressed in this statement represent the views or position of any institution or organization with which the individuals are affiliated.

1. Michael Antoniou, PhD, Gene Expression and Therapy Group, School of Medicine, Kings College London, UK 2. Arnaud Apoteker, PhD in Applied Biology and physicochemistry, Belgium 3. Elena Avarez-Buylla, PhD, Professor of Molecular Genetics, Development and Evolution of Plants, Universidad Nacional Autnoma de Mxico (UNAM), Mexico 4. Carlos H. Avila-Bello, PhD, Professor of Ethnobotany and Agricultural Sciences, University of Veracruz, Mexico 5. Susan Bardcz, PhD DSc on biochemistry, pharmacology, Professor of human nutrition, formerly at the Rowett Institute Aberdeen, UK 6. Narciso Barrera Bassols, PhD, Professor of Geography, Universidad Nacional Autnoma de Mxico (UNAM), Mexico 7. Fiorella Belpoggi, PhD, Director, Cesare Maltoni Cancer Research Center, Ramazzini Institute, Italy 8. Charles Benbrook, PhD, Research Professor, Center for Sustaining Agriculture and Natural Resources, Washington State University Pullmann, USA 9. Philip Bereano, JD, Professor Emeritus, Technology and Public Policy, University of Washington / Vice-President Washington Biotechnology Action Council, USA 10. Pushpa Bhargava, PhD, Founding Director Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology, Hyderabad / Padma Bhushan Award 1986, India 11. Rosa Binimelis, PhD in Environmental Sciences, Board Member ENSSER, Norway 12. Eckart Boege, PhD, Professor Emeritus, National Institute of Anthropology and History, Universidad Nacional Autnoma de Mxico (UNAM), Mexico

13. Tom Brsen, PhD, Associate Professor, Aalborg University, Denmark 14. Gianluca Brunori, PhD, Professor, Italy 15. Marcello Buiatti, PhD, Professor Emeritus, Italy 16. Andres Carrasco, MD, Professor, Molecular Embryology Laboratory, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina 17. Bert Christie, PhD PAg, Research Scientist in Agriculture and Agri-Food, retired, Canada 18. E. Ann Clark, PhD in Crop Production and Physiology, Associate Professor, University of Guelph, retired, Canada 19. Joe Cummins, PhD, Professor Emeritus of Genetics, University of Western Ontario, Canada 20. Silwan Daouk, PhD, Environmental Geochemistry, Laboratoire Cntrole Qualit, Hpitaux Universitaires de Genve, Switzerland 21. Bla Darvas, PhD in comparative Physiology and Toxicology, Professor, Chairman of Hungarian Society of Ecotoxicology, Hungary 22. John Day, MD, Physician, USA 23. Luigi de Andrea, PhD, Expert in Biosafety Issues, Switzerland 24. James M. Diamond, MD, American Academy of Pediatrics, USA 25. Richard Doherty, MD, Professor Emeritus, University of Rochester, USA 26. Paul Dorfman, PhD, Senior Research Associate, Energy Institute, University College London UK 27. Steven M. Druker, JD, Executive Director, Alliance for Bio-Integrity, USA 28. Alejandro Espinosa, PhD, Professor of Genetics, Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Forestales, Agrcolas y Pecuarias (INIFAP), Mexico 29. John Fagan, PhD, Earth Open Source, UK 30. Eric A. Goewie, D.Eng, Professor, Entomologist, The Netherlands 31. Doug Gurian-Sherman, PhD in Plant Pathology, USA 32. Andrew Paul Gutierrez, PhD, Crop System Analysist, Professor in the Graduate School, University of California, Berkeley, USA 33. Michael Hansen, PhD, USA 34. Jack Heinemann, PhD, Professor of Genetics and Molecular Biology, Centre for Integrated Research in Biosafety, University of Canterbury, New Zealand 35. Hans Rudolf Herren, PhD, Founder and President Biovision Foundation / Right Livelihood Award 2013 / World Food Prize 1995, Switzerland 36. Angelika Hilbeck, PhD, Chair of ENSSER, Switzerland 37. Mae-Wan Ho, PhD, Geneticist, Biosafety Expert, Quantum Biologist, Institute of Science in Society, UK 38. Frieder Hofmann, Biologist, Ecology Office (kologie Bro), Germany

39. C. Vyvyan Howard, PhD, Professor, Nano Systems Biology, Centre for Molecular Bioscience, University of Ulster / Medically qualified Toxicopathologist, Ireland 40. Don M. Huber, PhD, Professor Emeritus, Purdue University, USA 41. Ketil Hylland, PhD, Professor of Toxicology and Integrative Biology, Department of Biosciences, University of Oslo, Norway 42. Marcia Ishii-Eiteman, PhD in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Senior Scientist, Pesticide Action Network North America, USA 43. Jonathan Latham, PhD, Virologist/ Molecular Biologist, Executive Director, The Bioscience Resource Project, USA 44. Enrique Leff, PhD, Professor of Environmental Sociology and Economics, Universidad Nacional Autnoma de Mxico (UNAM), Mexico 45. Carlo Leifert, PhD, Dean of Business Development and Professor for Ecological Agriculture, University of Newcastle, UK 46. Deborah Letourneau, PhD, Professor of Environmental Studies, USA 47. Les Levidow, PhD, Senior Research Fellow, Center for Technology, Open University, UK 48. Robert Mann, PhD, Senior Lecturer in Biochemistry and in Environmental Studies, University of Auckland, retired, NZ 49. Jan Diek van Mansvelt, DSc, retired, The Netherlands 50. Terry Marsden, PhD, Professor of Environmental Policy and Planning, Director of the Sustainable Places Research Institute, Cardiff University 51. Lyla Mehta, PhD, Fellow in Development Studies, UK 52. Leonardo Melgarejo, PhD in Production Engineering, Agronomist, Brasil 53. Martha Mertens, PhD, Expertise: Risk Assessment of Genetically Modified Plants/ Genetic Engineering, Institute for Biodiversity Network, Germany 54. Hartmut Meyer, PhD, Member of ENSSER, Germany 55. Erik Millstone, PhD, Professor of Science and Technology Policy, University of Sussex, UK 56. Rubens Onofre Nodari, PhD, Professor, Brazil 57. Eva Novotny, PhD in Astronomy, University of Cambridge, retired, UK 58. Leon Olive, PhD, Professor of Philosophy, Universidad Nacional Autnoma de Mxico (UNAM), Mexico 59. Mathias Otto, PhD, Biologist, Member of ENSSER, Germany 60. Thibaud d' Oultremont, PhD, Modeling and Simulation of Water and Land Ecosystems, Belgium 61. Jean-Michel Panoff, PhD, France 62. Bas Pedroli, PhD, Associate Professor, Land Use Planning Group, Wageningen University, The Netherlands 63. Ivette Perfecto, PhD, Professor of Natural Resources and Environment, University of Michigan, USA

64. Michel Pimbert, PhD, Centre for Agroecology and Food Security, Coventry University, UK 65. Alma Pieyro-Nelson, PhD, Postdoctoral Researcher in Plant Sciences, University of California, Berkeley, USA 66. Luigi Ponti, PhD, Research Scientist, Agenzia nazionale per le nuove tecnologie, lenergia e lo sviluppo economico sostenibile (ENEA), Italy 67. Arpad Pusztai, PhD on biochemistry, protein chemistry, Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, formerly at the Rowett Institute Aberdeen, UK 68. Paulo Cezar Mendes Ramos, PhD, Environmental Analysist, Chico Mendes Biodiversity Conversation Institute/ Member of the National Biosafety Technical Commission, Brasil 69. Leda Raptis, PhD in Molecular Cell Biology, Professor, Cancer Researcher, Queen's University, Canada 70. Irina Rodriguez de la Flor, JD, Health Defense Organization, Spain 71. Suman Sahai, PhD in Genetics from the Indian Agricultural Research Institute, Delhi / Gene Campaign, India 72. Peter Saunders, PhD, Professor Emeritus in Applied Mathematics, Kings College London / CoDirector Institute of Science in Society, UK 73. David Schubert, PhD, Professor and Director of Cellular Neurobiology, The Salk Institute for Biological Studies, USA 74. Gilles-Eric Seralini, PhD, President of the Scientific Council of the Comit de Recherche et d'Information Indpendantes sur le gnie GENtique (CRIIGEN), France 75. Jos-Antonio Serratos-Hernndez, PhD, Expertise: Biotechnology/ Biosafety/ Community Health, Universidad Autnoma de la Ciudad de Mxico (UACM), Mexico 76. Vandana Shiva, Ph.D. in Foundations of Quantum Theory, Navdanya /Research Foundation for Science Technology and Ecology, India 77. Av Singh, PhD PAg, Just Us! Centre for Small Farms, Canada 78. Eva Sirinathsinghji, PhD, Molecular Biologist, Institute of Science in Society, UK 79. Gerald Smith, PhD, Professor Emeritus, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Michigan, USA 80. Ricarda A. Steinbrecher, PhD, biologist and molecular geneticist, Director EcoNexus, UK 81. Mark Stemen, PhD in Environmental History, Associate Professor, USA 82. Andy Stirling, PhD, Professor of Science and Technology Policy, University of Sussex, UK 83. Peter Stonehouse, PhD, Department of Food, Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of Guelph, retired, Canada 84. Beatrix Tappeser, PhD, Expertise: Ecology/Molecular Biology/Plant Physiology, Board Member Federation of German Scientists, Germany 85. Antonio Turrent, PhD, Professor in Agricultural Science, Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Forestales, Agrcolas y Pecuarias (INIFAP), Mexico

86. John Vandermeer, PhD, Professor, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Michigan, USA 87. Christian Vlot, PhD, France 88. Henk Verhoog, PhD, The Netherlands 89. Hermann Waibel, PhD, Professor, Germany 90. Tom Wakeford, PhD, Senior Research Fellow, Interdisciplinary Social Sciences in Health, University of Edinburgh, UK 91. Ernst Ulrich von Weizscker, PhD on zoology, Professor of Biology, Co-Chair International Resource Panel of the UN Environmental Programme / Co-President The Club of Rome, Germany 92. David S. Williams, PhD in Neurobiology, Cellular and Molecular Biologist, Professor, University of California, Los Angeles, USA 93. Peter R. Wills, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Physics, University of Auckland, New Zealand 94. Allison Wilson, PhD, Biologist and Molecular Geneticist, Science Director, The Bioscience Resource Project, USA 95. Madeleen Winkler, MD, General practitioner, The Netherlands 96. Brian Wynne, PhD, Professor of Science Studies, Lancaster University, UK 97. Jos Luis Yela, PhD, Entomologist, Professor of Zoology and Conservation Biology, University of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain

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