STATEMENT OF SUPPORT FOR SOCIETY PUBLISHERS
We, the undersigned, believe that our society supports the broad and timely dissemination of research findings through
their journals while providing the financial resources needed to support the training and development of the next generation
of scientists.

As a member of the DC Principles Coalition for Free Access to Science, my society is committed to innovative and independent
publishing practices and to promoting the wide dissemination of information in our journals to the scholarly community and the
public.  My society works in partnership with scholarly communities to ensure that these communities are sustained and
extended, science is advanced, research meets the highest standards, and patient care is enhanced with accurate and
timely information.

My society reinvests the revenue from their journals in the support of science worldwide, including scholarships, scientific
meetings, grants, educational outreach, advocacy for research funding, free dissemination of information for the public,
and improvements in scientific publishing. These revenues are also invested in the professional and academic development
of the next generation of scientists, through awards and fellowships to junior faculty, post-doctoral fellows and graduate
and undergraduate students.

For these reasons, we the undersigned do not support Congressional efforts to mandate when journal access must be
provided and thus undermine my society’s efforts to promote the development of the next generation of scientists and
sustain innovative publishing.

Please join the names below by signing this petition.  

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Name Institution/CompanyCityStateCountry
Niren Kapoor Univ of Alabama at BirminghamBirminghamAlabama 
Yawar Qadri Univ of Alabama at BirminghamBirminghamAlabama 
Karen Sweazea University of New MexicoAlbuquerqueNew Mexico 
Jennifer Sasser University of FloridaGainesvilleFlorida 
Wanda Vila-Carriles University of Alabama at BirminghamBirminghamAlabama 
Anupam Agarwal University of Alabama at BirminghamBirminghamAlabama 
Richard Hawkins Rosalind Franklin University Medicine and ScienceNorth ChicagoIllinois 
Leona J. Rubin University of Missouri-ColumbiaColumbiaMissouri 
Jack A. Rall Ohio State UniversityColumbusOhio 
Ronald Lynch ArizonaTucsonArizona 
Marshall D. McCue University of ArkansasFayettevilleArkansas 
Andy Galpin The University Of MemphisMemphisTennessee 
Gregory L. Stahl Brigham and Women's HospitalBostonMassachusetts 
Gregory Adams University of CaliforniaIrvineCalifornia 
Samantha Steelman Texas A&M Health Science CenterCollege StationTexas 
Kathleen O'Hagan Midwestern UniversityDowners GroveIllinois 
Lacy A. Holowatz The Pennsylvania State UniversityUniversity ParkPennsylvania 
Jennifer Pluznick Yale University School of MedicineNew HavenConnecticut 
Robert W Colman Temple UniversityPhiladelphiaPennsylvania 
Rudy M. Ortiz University of CaliforniaMercedCalifornia 




 
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