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Jean Dickinson Gibbons
— Statistician at University of Alabama: One of the more obviously tobacco-friendly branded academics who pretended to be 'independent'. —
Some key documents
1982 Mar 12: Waxman Hearings Univ of Alabama 
1982 Mar 18: Prof of Statistics & Chairman of the Applied Statistics Program
Graduate School of the University of Alabama. Pro-industry statements 
1982 Aug 31: J Gibbons, the tobacco industry's secret Special Projects A/C #4. Shows that she received $3,906.50 for her current services.
1983 May: 5-12 Hearings before the Committee on Labor and Human Resources. US. Senate, 98th Congress, First Session. on S. 772,
Jean D Gibbons, PhD., professor of statistics, chairman of applied statistics program, Graduate School, University of Alabama
1984 Feb: The Cigarette Controversy: Why More Research Is Needed. This document prepared by the Tobacco Insittute for Congressional Hearings, is labled both as [PA/000766] and [TIEX0000964] >>> This is 943 pages - and available on page by page basis only.<<< The list of Tobacco Institute witnesses includes:
- Domingo M Aviado, MD, President Atmospheric Health Sciences Inc; adjunct professor of pharmacology, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, Newark (See also Duncan Hutcheon)
- Roger L Bick, MD medical director, San Josaquin Hematology and Oncology Medical Group; assistant professor of medicine, School of Medicine, UCLA Center for the Health Sciences, LA
- Richard J Bing, MD, professor of medicine emeritus, University of Southern California; director of experimental cardiology, Huntington Medical Research Institutes, Pasadena
- Theodor H Blau, PhD, private practice of clinical and child psychology, Tampa
- Walter M Booker, PhD, professor emertis of pharmacology, Howard University College of Medicine, Washington DC; president Walter M Booker & Assoc, Inc. Washington DC.
- Oliver Gilbert Brooke, MD, FRCP, Head of Neonatology, Department of Child Health, St George's Hospital Medical School, University of London, UK
- Barbara B Brown, PhD, former chief of experimental phsyiology, Veterans Administration Hospital, Sepulveda, California
- Victor B Buhler, MD pathologist, Liberty Hospital, Liberty, MO
- PRJ Burch, PhD, professor, department of medical physics, University of Leeds, UK
- Hans J Eysenck, PhD DSc, professor of psychology, Institute of Psychiatry, Uni of London, UK
- Jack Mathews Farris, MD, emeritus professor of surgery, University of California, San Diego. (see also Gerhard N Schrauzer)
- Sherwin J Feinhandler, PhD, former lecturer in anthropology, Harvard Medical School, president Social Sysstems Analysis Inc, Watertown Mass.
- Edwin R Fisher, MD, professor of pathology, university of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, director of laboratories, Shadyside Hospital, Pittsburgh
- H Russell Fisher, MD, emeritus professor of pathology, University of Southern California, consultant, memorial Hospital, Glendale, California
- Arthur Furst, PhD, distinguished university professor (emeritus) and director (emeritusO Institute of Chemical Biology, University of San Francisco, SF
- Jean D Gibbons, PhD, Prof/Chair of statistics, Graduate School, Uni of Alabama
- Katherine McDermott Herrold, MD, medical director (retired) Public Health Service, Washington DC.
- Richard J Hickey, PhD, senior research investigator, department of statistics, The Wharton School, Uni of Pennsylvania
- Robert Casad Hockett, PhD, research director, CTR
- Duncan Hutcheon, MD PhD, Prof of Pharmacology and Medicine, College of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, Newark (See also Dom Aviado)
- Leon O Jacobson, MD, physician-scientist emeritus, University of Chicago: Chairman CTR Scientific Advisory Board.
- Lawrence L Kupper, PhD, Prof of biostatistics, School of Public Health, Uni of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
- Hiram T Langston, MD, clinical professor of surgery (emeritus) NorthWestern University Medical School; chairman department of surgery, St Joseph's Hospital, Chicago.
- Mariano F La Via, MD, professor of laboratory medicine and director, division of diagnostic immunology, Medical University of Southern Carolina.
- Stephen C Littlechild, PhD, professor of commerce, head of department of industrial economics and business studies, Faculty of Commerce and Social Science, University of Birmingham, England.
- Eleanor J Macdonald, prefessor emeritus of epidemiology, University of Texas System Cancer Center; MD Anderson Hospital and Tumor Institute Houston.
- Harold Mendelsohn, PhD, director, Center for Mass Communications Research and Policy, Uni of Denver
- LGS Rao, PhD, Bellshill Maternity Hospital, Glasgow, Scotland
- Jay Roberts, PhD, Prof/ChM Dept of Phamacology, Medical College of Pennsylvania
- Henry Rothschild, MD PhD, Prof of Med and Anatomy, School of Med, Louisiana State Uni, New Orleans
- Henry I Russek, MD, cardiologist, in Boco Raton; ex director of cardiogasuclar research in PHS Hospital, Staten Island
- Bernice C Sachs, MD, psychiartist, Cooperative Plan, Seattle
- John E Salvaggio, MD, Prof/Chm Dept of Med, Tulane Medical School, New Orleans
- Gerhard N Schrauzer, PhD, Prof of Chemistry, Uni of California, San Diego (see also Jack Farris)
- Carl C Seltzer, PhD, Hon, research associate, Peabody Museum, Harvard Uni. (See also Sherwin Finhandler)
- Sheldon C Sommers, MD, clinical prof of pathology, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University & scientific director CTR.
- Charles D Spielberger, PhD, psychology professor, Center for Research i Community Psychology, University of South Florida, Tampa
- Theodor D Sterling, PhD, university research professor Simon Frazer Uni, Burnaby, BC, Canada
- Bea J van den Berg, MD, director child health and development studies, School of Public Health, University of California, Berkeley
[Compare this list with the secret payments made to scientists and academics via the lawyer-controlled Special Account #4 of the previous year:]
1990: On list of Risk Assess Criticisms 
1990 Oct: List of objectors to EPA ETS risk assessment 
1990 Oct: List of objectors to EPA ETS risk assessment of Respiratory disorders in children
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