1891 The Hygienic Laboratory is
authorized to investigate "infectious and contagious diseases and matters
pertaining to the public health.
Laboratory rebranded National Institute of Health.
Mary earns a medical degree from the
Mary is a member of Phi Beta Kappa and Sigma
Xi and Alpha Omega Alpha.
Rocky Mountain Laboratory and the Biologics Control Laboratory
merged with the NIH Division of Infectious Diseases and Division of
Tropical Diseases to form the National Microbiological Institute.
1955 Congress rebrands the National
Microbiological Institute as the National Institute of Allergy and
Infectious Diseases to reflect the inclusion of allergy and immunology
July 21, 1964 Mary Stults Sherman is
Mary Sherman crime scene photos
"I remember sitting on
Mary Sherman's lap once as a child. She and my father worked together at Tulane
Medical School in New Orleans." - Edward T. Haslam, Dr. Mary's
David Christopher Kelly was a member of the
Bahá'í Faith, an expert in biological warfare and a former United
Nations weapons inspector in Iraq.
Experience with biological weapons at
Porton Down led to Kelly's selection as a UN weapons inspector in Iraq
following the end of the Gulf
Regma Bio Technologies, headquartered at the Porton Down
campus, signed a contract with the US Navy for anti-anthrax research in 2000.
Kelly's work as a member of the UNSCOM team led him to visit Iraq
thirty-seven times and his success in uncovering Iraq's biological weapons
program led to Rolf Ekéus nominating him for the Nobel Peace Prize.
British ambassador David Broucher asked Kelly what would happen if Iraq
Kelly replied, "I will probably be found dead in the
Kelly gave testimony before Parliament and was found dead in
the woods from a "suicide" two days
Kelly allegedly used a knife to slit his wrists then wiped his
Officially Kelly bled to death from self inflicted
wounds and overdosed on painkillers - but he had not lost enough blood nor
ingested enough co-proxamol to kill him.
Kelly discovered a Porton
Down - South Africa connection linked to a global bioweapons black market and
Dr. Wouter Basson, the former head of the
South African apartheid
regime's clandestine biological and chemical warfare program, Project
Project Coast used
bioweapons for extrajudicial
executions and had conducted active research into the fabrication of
"ethnic weapons" that would specifically target the black
population of South Africa.
"Basson had already put the fear into
American intelligence during his Truth and Reconciliation Committee
appearance, where he handed
over fourteen pages of notes from a visit to the US in 1981.
Air Force officers had been eager to develop joint "medical projects" with
Basson says that in 1995 his life was threatened on the street by a CIA
The American Embassy in Pretoria admits privately that the US
government is "terribly concerned" that Basson may start talking about his
sources of information and technology.
The Embassy hopes that an
impression of "unwitting coöperation" is all that emerges in the way of an
American connection." -William Finnegan
|"The unnatural deaths of
16 world-class microbiologists (8 homicides) in the four months (0.33 year)
following 9/11 and the anthrax scare cannot be coincidental.
10,000 world-class microbiologists, the probability of 16 unnatural deaths in 4
P = Poisson(16,0.33*.0002*10000,false) or P = 1 in 30
Assuming 100,000 microbiologists, P = 1 in 1000." -
Christopher Kelly worked closely with two American scientists, Benito Que and
Don C. Wiley and shared his reasearch findings with others.
is bludgeoned to death during an attempted carjacking.
enough his body (Benito Que) showed no signs of a beating." -
Toronto Globe & Mail
Benito Que, was found slumped on
a desolate side
street, near the empty spot where he had habitually parked his Ford
Don C. Wiley, an expert on how the
immune system response to
"doomsday" viral attacks, mysteriously disappears.
His car, a white
rented Mitsubishi Galant, was abandoned on a bridge outside of Memphis,
where he had just had a jovial dinner with friends.
Benito Que and Don
C. Wiley were engaged in DNA sequencing that could provide a genetic marker
based on genetic profiling.
Research which could play an important role
in developing weaponized pathogens to hit selected groups of
humans - identifying them by race.
The Odds of That
Vladimir Pasechnik worked in the
Soviet Union at
Biopreparat, in the biological weapons program.
Pasechnik defected in 1989 and claimed an immense of Soviet bioweapons program
with anthrax, plague, tularemia and
For the next 10 years, Vladimir Pasechnik works at the Center for
Applied Microbiology and Research, part of Britain's Department of
Vladimir Pasechnik, founder of Regma Bio
Technologies, dies of a "stroke" shortly after
consulting with authorities about
911 anthrax attacks.
Robert Schwartz, an expert on DNA sequencing and
analysis, is found dead on the kitchen floor of his log-and-fieldstone
farmhouse near Leesburg, Virginia.
Clara Jane Schwartz brainwashed Kyle
Hulbert into killing her father through her role playing fantasy game
Clara Jane Schwartz
"Wiley, Schwartz, and Benito Que
worked for medical research facilities that received grants from Howard
Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI). HHMI funds a tremendous number of research
programs at schools, hospitals and research facilities, and has long been
alleged to be conducting "black ops" biomedical research for intelligence
organizations, including the
CIA." - Dee
Set Van Nguyen, 44, is found dead in an air-locked storage
chamber at the Australian Commonwealth's Scientific and Industrial Research
Organization animal diseases facility in Geelong.
Set Van Nguyen: a conscientious, diligent and careful worker
Ian Langford, a leukaemia
specialist, is found dead in his home near Norwich, England, naked from the
waist down and wedged under a chair.
Kelly's Death Linked With
Langford's Says Jane's Editor
Tanya Holzmayer, who worked as a
microbiologist near San Jose is shot seven times when she opened the door to
a pizza delivery man who turned
out to be Guyang Matthew Huang.
may have spurred slaying-suicide
David Wynn-Williams is hit by a car
near his home in Cambridge, England.
Steven Mostow, dies in a plane crash near
Avishai Berkman, Amiramp Eldor and Yaacov Matzner die in an
Killings of Individuals
Leland Rickman gets a headache in Lesotho
Rickman, 47; Expert on Infections, Bioterrorism
Ivan Glebov is
killed in St.Petersberg and Alexi Brushlinski is killed in Moscow.
Microbiologist Is Dangerous To Your Health
"Mr. Mosquito" is how
Michael Perich, an expert on mosquito-borne diseases, came to be known during
his tenure at the AgCenter.
Perich Oct. 11 in a one-vehicle accident on
Interstate 12 east of Baton Rouge.
William Hallmark was the Project
Director of Row Crop Nutrition Research, mainly sugarcane, and had the
title of Professor of Agronomy.
Observers Die in 2003
Robert Leslie Burghoff, a postdoctoral fellow
at Baylor College of Medicine molecular virology and microbiology department,
killed by a hit-and-run driver.
man killed in Houston hit-and-run
Vadake R. Srinivasan, industrial
biologist, dies in car
Inventor Vadake R. Srinivasan
Antonina Presnyakova a former Soviet
bioweapons, contracts Ebola and dies.
scientist dies of Ebola after lab accident
Assefa Tulu, system
design for detection a bioterrorism attack, is found dead.
autopsy report shows stroke killed Dallas epidemiologist
Norman, the chief scientist for chemical and biological defence at the Ministry
of Defence's laboratory at Porton Down, dies in a plane crash.
Down chief scientist killed in parachutists' air crash
Bustard, helpes develop a foam spray to clean up congressional buildings after
Brews Potions That Protect
John Badwey, a biochemist who opposed the
use of sewage sludge.
death stuns family, friends
John Clark, head of the science lab at
Edinburgh Roslin Institute, which amalgamated
Tracey the transgenic
sheep, is found hung.
"Roslin moved from being a bog-standard
'feed-em and weigh-em' farm animal research institute to a world-famous
biotechnology institute." - Grahame Bulfield
John R La Montagne, international research to control infectious
diseases - specifically influenza
pandemics - dies of a pulmonary
R. La Montagne's research
David R. Knibbs, Director of Electron
Microscopy at Hartford Hospital, dies of heart failure.
R. Knibbs's research
Michael Patrick Kiley, one of the world's
leading microbiologists and an expert in developing and overseeing multiple
levels of biocontainment facilities, died of a
Scientists DO Tell Tales
Stephen Tabet, world-renowned HIV
researcher working in vaccine clinical
trials for the HIV Vaccine Trials
Network, dies of an unknown disease.
REPORT OF STEPHEN TABET, M.D., MPH
Leonid Strachunsky, World Health Organization expert and
director of the Anti-Microbe Therapy Research Institute specializes in
creating microbes resistant to bioweapons is found bludgeoned to death in a
Lee Jong Wook, director-general of the World Health Organization, is announced dead
minutes before he is to have spoken to representatives of the 192 member
countries at the opening session of a week long meeting of the World Health
Assembly about global threats from bird flu,
AIDS and other
Threat of an Avian Flu Pandemic is Over-Hyped
Lee Jong-wook changed WHO
Barbara Kalow, a veternary microbiologist,
"asphyxiation by force."
("Lymphocyte Calcium Test for MH," Barbara Kalow)
woman murdered in Arizona
in immune cells
signal dynamics in T lymphocytes
Tom Thorne and Beth Williams,
husband-and-wife nationally prominent veternary microbiologist experts on
disease and brucellosis, killed in a snowy-weather crash on US 287 in
crash kills 2 wildlife scientists
professors, professing and Dr. Beth Williams
impact as a researcher.
She wrote more than 100 peer-reviewed scientific papers. She authored multiple
book chapters and several textbooks. One text remains the international
reference for infectious diseases
in wildlife. For years she edited the Journal of Wildlife
Solving the puzzle of chronic
wasting disease: Veterinarian Beth Williams
David J. Banks, an
expert in the propagation of diseases by insect vectors, dies in a commuter
J Banks research
Robert J. Lull, highly revered expert in the field
of nuclear medicine, is discovered on the floor stabbed to death.
links suspect to murder of nuclear medicine physician
J. Lull's research while affiliated with University of California
J. Lull's research while affiliated with Brooke Army Medical
Jeong H. Im, dies of multiple stab wounds to the chest before
firefighters find his body in the trunk of
a burning car.
Primarily a protein chemist.
Police identifies person responsible for homicide of Jeong H. Im
Douglas James Passaro, dies from unknown cause in Oak Park,
Dr. Passaro was a brilliant epidemiologist who wanted to
unlock the secrets of a spiral-shaped
bacteria that causes stomach disease by challenging his students with
real-life exercises in bioterrorism.
J Passaro's research: University of Illinois at Chicago
Alberto Vargas Olvera, dies as a result of several blunt-force injuries to his
head and neck. Ruled a homicide the nationally and internationally recognized
biologist was found in his home.
Yongsheng Li, cause of death
unknown, was a doctoral student from China who studied receptor cells in
Regents Professor David Puett's biochemistry and molecular biology
student found dead
Emeritus Regents Professor
Laurent Bonomo and Gabriel Ferez, both
died after being bound, gagged, stabbed and set alight. Laurent, a student in
the proteins that cause
infectious disease, had
been stabbed 196 times with half of them being administered to his back after
he was dead. Gabriel, who hoped to become an expert in ecofriendly fuels,
suffered 47 separate
sentenced to life in prison for stabbing French students to death
strange, bloody events involving flu observers
Ordoubadi, a pioneer of Mind-Body-Quantum medicine who lectured in five
countries and ran a
successful health care center, died of suspicious causes. Among his notable
accomplishments was discovering an antitoxin treatment for
Bioweapon Observer Dies Suspiciously
Wallace L. Pannier, died of
A germ warfare scientist whose top-secret projects included a mock attack on
the New York subway with powdered
bacteria in 1966. Mr. Pannier worked at Fort Detrick, a US Army bioweapons
installation. He worked in the Special Operations Division, a secretive unit
operating there from 1949 to 1969, according to family
members and published reports. The unit developed and tested delivery systems
for deadly agents such as anthrax and smallpox.
L. Pannier, 81, was germ warfare scientist
dies of plague.
renowned molecular geneticist with a passion for new research, had been working
to develop an even stronger vaccine for
The medical center says
the plague bacteria he worked
with was a attenuated strain that
wasn't known to cause illness in healthy
The strain was approved by the Centers for Disease
Control for laboratory studies.
Remembering Malcolm J.
genetics specialist Malcolm Casadaban, PhD, 1949-2009
Fagnou, died of H1N1. His research
focused on improving the preparation of complex molecules for petrochemical,
pharmaceutical or industrial uses. Keith's advanced and out-of-the-box thinking
overturned prior ideas of what is possible in the chemistry field.
linked to death of 'rising young chemistry star'
Davis, died at the hand of
Her background was in chemical engineering and biochemistry, and she
specialized in plant pathology and biotech applications. She had a doctorate in
biochemistry and had worked as a postdoctoral research fellow at
Monsanto. She was hired at the
University of Alabama after a seven-year stint as a senior scientist in the
plant-science department at Research Genetics Inc. (later Invitrogen), also in
Adriel D. Johnson Sr., died at the hand of neurobiologist
Amy Bishop. His research involved aspects of
physiology specifically pancreatic
function in vertebrates.
Joseph Morrissey taught immunopharmacology in the College
Chitra Chauhan, a molecular biologist, was a
post-doctoral researcher in the Global Health department in the College of
Public Health. She earned her doctorate from the Institute of Genomics
and Integrative Biology in New Delhi, India, in 2005, then studied
mosquitoes and disease transmission at the University of Notre Dame.
Chauhan's research: Wellcome Sanger Institute
Chauhan's research: University of Notre Dame
A. Smith, renowned Alzheimer' disease
researcher died after being hit by a car in Ohio. He also was
executive director of the American Aging
Association and co-editor-in-chief of the Journal of Alzheimer'
Disease. He is listed as the No. 3 "most prolific"
Alzheimer' disease researcher, with 405
papers written, by the international medical Journal.
Smith, 45, Is Struck and Killed by Hit-and-Run Driver
Renegade Alzheimer' Scientist Dr. Mark A. Smith
Battle a Narrow View Of Alzheimer' Cause
Pfizer Halts Research Into Alzheimer' And Parkinson'
Alzheimer' drug failure leaves scientists seeking new
John P. Wheeler III graduated from West Point in 1966, had
a law degree from Yale and a
business degree from Harvard.
His military career included serving in the office of the Secretary
He wrote a manual on the effectiveness of
chemical weapons recommending
the US Government Murdered Jack Wheeler
Official John P. Wheeler Murder Case Deepens
Meng, 29, and Chunyang Zhang, 26, drown in a Branson hotel swimming pool.
Both, from China, are working
in the anatomic pathology lab at the University of Missouri-Columbia.
Meng was a visiting scholar and his wife, Zhang, was a research
Meng was working on research looking at a possible link
and Parkinson' disease.
autopsies planned in double drowning
Zhang's research: University of Missouri
Meng's research: Missouri University of Science and Technology
Jonathan Widom, died of an
apparent heart attack.
Widom focused on how DNA is packaged into chromosomes - and the
location of nucleosomes specifically.
Led research center with
unconventional approaches to understanding cancer.
Colleagues said the
work has had profound implications for how genes are able to be read in the
cell and how mutations outside of
the regions that encode proteins can lead to errors and disease.
Widom, Prominent Biochemist, Dies at 55
Widom's research: Northwestern University
Gelareh Bagherzadeh, a
molecular genetic technology student at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in
Houston active in promoting Iranian women's rights, was struck by a single
bullet that entered the passenger door window as she talked on her cell phone
with her ex-boyfriend.
student shot to death near Galleria
of Iranian activist pulls cover off Texas family
murder may be linked to Gelareh Bagherzadeh
office drops murder charge in Iranian student's killing
County Jury Delivers Death Sentence in 'Honor Killings' Trial
Szarewski, credited with discovering a link between the human papillomavirus
and cervical cancer, leading to a vaccine for HPV, is found with
high levels of an anti-malarial
drug in her bloodstream.
Vaccine against cervical
Richard Holmes, a bioweapons expert who worked with David
Kelly is discovered in a field four miles from the Porton Down defense
establishment in Wiltshire. Holmes is one of several Porton Down scientists who
die under questionable circumstances.
'killed himself after quitting job following bullying behavior'
Melissa Ketunuti, an AIDS
research fellowship in Botswana through the National Institutes of Health, dedicated
her life to being a doctor.
Ketunuti M.D. '07
Bruce Edwards Ivins was considered all
American. Bruce Edwards Ivins' extracurricular activities in high school,
including National Honor Society, science fairs, the current events
club, the scholarship team all four years, track and cross-country teams,
yearbook and school newspaper, and
the school choir and junior and senior class plays.
Ivins, as a senior biodefense researcher at the United States Army Medical
Research Institute of Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID) in
Fort Detrick, Maryland received
the Decoration for Exceptional Civilian Service - the highest award
given to DoD civilian employees.
Ivins is found unconscious July 27,
2008 and dies at Frederick Memorial Hospital on July 29 purportedly from an
overdose of Vicodin.
No autopsy was
ordered following his death.
"He's dead and they can close the case
and he can't defend himself. Nice and convenient isn't it?" - Richard Spertzel,
Ivins' former boss at Fort Detrick
On August 6, 2008, a federal
prosecutor, US Attorney Jeffrey Taylor, officially states Bruce Edwards Ivins
was the "sole culprit" in the 2001 weaponized anthrax attacks.
"sole culprit" in the weaponized anthrax attacks, which
galvanized popular opinion
against Iraqi terrorism, dies
when "discovered" and the federal
government is able to ramp up efforts to engage in
Ivins published at least 44 scientific papers dating back
to May 18, 1969.
His earliest known published work pertained to the
response of peritoneal macrophages, a type of white blood cell, to infection by
Chlamydia psittaci, an infectious bacterium that can be transmitted from
animals to humans.
He was the co-author of numerous anthrax studies,
including one on a treatment for inhalational anthrax published in the July 7,
2008 issue of the journal Antimicrobial Agents and
gave Bruce Ivins highest civilian honor for anthrax vaccine
Evidence Adds Doubt to FBI's Case Against Anthrax Suspect
"There are now 15,000 to 16,000 people now working in labs on select
agents." - Leonard Cole
According to Edward Hammond some 20,000 people
working at more than 400 sites in America conduct research on organisms that
can be used as bioweapons.
This represents a tenfold increase in
employment at such facilities since the 2001 anthrax attacks.
Hatfill is exonerated and received a $4.6 million settlement.
Is Paid Millions by US in Anthrax Suit
Exosomes are membrane-bound
extracellular vesicles that are produced in the endosomal compartment of
The multivesicular body is an endosome defined by
intraluminal vesicles that bud inward into the endosomal lumen.
multivesicular body fuses with the cell membrane, these intraluminal vesicles
are released as exosomes.
In multicellular organisms, exosomes and
other extracellular vesicles were discovered in biological fluids including
blood, urine and cerebrospinal fluid.
Exosomes exist within the tissue
matrix, coined Matrix-Bound Nanovesicles.
They are also released in vitro by
cultured cells into their growth medium.
The size of exosomes is limited
by that of the parent multivesicular body, exosomes are generally thought to be
smaller than most other extracellular vesicles, from about 30 to 150 nanometres
(nm) in diameter: around the same size as many
lipoproteins but much smaller
Dr. Philip Zack*, reprimanded several times by his employers
due to offensive remarks he made about Arabs, was caught on camera entering the
storage area where he worked at Fort Detrick in which the weaponized anthrax
After reports of missing biological specimens - including
anthrax, Ebola and the simian AIDs virus - came to light, as well as reports of
unauthorized research, a review of surveillance camera tapes recorded Dr. Zack
entering the lab late on the night of
Jan. 23, 1992, according to The Hartford Courant report.
let in that night by Marian Rippy, a lab pathologist and close
Hot to Touch
In 2012, 25-year-old researcher Richard Din dies after
being infected during vaccine research
involving Neisseria meningitides bacteria at a lab in the San Francisco
VA medical center.
On July 1,
2014, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) notified the appropriate
regulatory agency, the Division of Select Agents and Toxins (DSAT) of
the Centers for Disease
Control (CDC), that employees discovered vials labeled "variola,"
commonly known as smallpox, in an
unused portion of a storage room in a FDA laboratory located on the NIH
July 7, the vials are transported safely and securely
with the assistance of federal and local
law enforcement agencies to Centers for Disease
Control high-containment facility at in Atlanta.
PCR testing done by
Centers for Disease Control in the BSL-4 lab confirmed the presence of
variola virus DNA.
"... reviews the early June
incident that involved the unintentional exposure of personnel to potentially
viable anthrax at the CDC Roybal Campus.
While finalizing this report,
CDC leadership is made aware that a culture of non-pathogenic avian influenza
was unintentionally cross-contaminated at the CDC influenza laboratory with the
highly pathogenic H5N1 strain of influenza
and shipped to a BSL-3 select-agent laboratory operated by the Department of
Based on an internal review called for by the CDC
Director, the report released today concludes that the scientists' failure to
follow an approved, written study plan that met all laboratory safety
requirements led to dozens of employees being
potentially exposed." - CDC Newsroom, July 11, 2014
biosafety practices and contaminated worker clothing are the likely ways
dangerous bioterror bacteria escaped a high-security lab in Louisiana. The use
of the bacterium, Burkholderia pseudomallei, is highly regulated in
research because it's deemed to pose a significant health threat, can kill up
to 50% of those sickened, and is classified as a potential bioterror agent by
the Federal Select Agent Program. At least eight monkeys, and possibly a
person, were exposed to the bacteria that escaped the lab at the Tulane
National Primate Research Center about 35 miles north of New Orleans.
Investigations are continuing into how monkeys that lived in the outdoor
breeding colony and were not being used in experiments became exposed to the
bacteria." - Stars and Strips, March 14, 2015
On May 27, 2015 the
Pentagon revealed an "inadvertent transfer of samples containing live
Bacillus anthracis", or anthrax, took place at an unspecified time from
a US Defense Department laboratory in Dugway, Utah.
A military base in
South Korea and 18 labs in nine
states receive samples.
ABC News reports
the states receiving the anthrax from the defense department lab are
California, Texas, Wisconsin, Tennessee, Maryland, Virginia, Delaware, New
Jersey and New York.
"Twenty-two personnel may have been exposed during
the training event
and all personnel were provided
appropriate medical precautionary measures to include examinations,
antibiotics and in some instances, vaccinations," - Osan Air Base Command
"At the high-containment labs identified, experiments are underway
involving drug-resistant tuberculosis,
exotic strains of flu,
the SARS and MERS virus, plague,
botulism, ricin and the Ebola and
Marburg hemorrhagic fever virus, according to interviews and more than 20,000
pages of internal lab safety records and incident reports obtained from labs
across the country.
From 2006 through 2013, labs notified federal
regulators of about 1,500 incidents with select
agent pathogens and, in more than 800 cases, workers received medical
treatment or evaluation, limited public data in program annual reports show.
Fifteen people contracted laboratory-acquired infections and there were
three unintended infections of animals, according to the reports, which do not
identify labs and mostly provide aggregated counts of incidents by
Reported incidents involve events ranging from
spills to failures
of personal protective equipment or mechanical systems to needle sticks and
animal bites. " - USA TODAY 2015/05/28
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