OTHER EMINENT PERSONS

  1.  May Aboul Dahab, Ambassador, Egypt
  2.  Mandar Akkalkotkar, Associate Professor, Mah.Uni. of Health Sciences,Maharashtra,   India
  3.  Bruce Alberts, Former President of the National Academy of Sciences, USA  
  4.  HRH Turki Al-Faisal, Chairman of King Faisal Foundation's Center for Research and Islamic Studies, Saudi Arabia 
  5.   Neveen Nabil Allouba , Prof. of Voice, Academy of Arts, and Founder and Executive Director of "Fabrica" for Egyptian Music Theater Development, Egypt 
  6.   Sultan Saoud Al-Qassemi, Founder of the Barjeel Art Foundation, UAE 
  7.   Rosalie Cuneo Amer, Professor Emerita Cosumnes River College, Sacramento, 
  8.   Klaus Ammann, Former head of the Botanical Garden, Bern, Switzerland. 
  9.   Stewart Anderson, Professor of Biostatistics, University of Pittsburgh, USA
  10.   Yaqoub Ashhab, Palestine Polytechnic University, Hebron, Palestine 
  11.   Youssef A. Attia, Arid Land Agriculture Department, King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia  
  12.   John Ball, Sedleian Professor of Natural Philosophy, Director, Oxford Centre for Nonlinear PDE, Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford, UK  
  13.   Edmund Balnaves, Hosted Services, Prosentient Systems, Australia  
  14.   Assia Bensalah, Ambassador at Large of HM the King of Morocco   
  15.   David Beckmann, President, Bread for the World, USA 
  16.   Alan Berg, Former Senior Advisor, The World Bank  
  17.   Jagdish N. Bhagwati, University Professor, Columbia University  
  18.   Haaritha Binkowski, University of the Western Cape, South Africa  
  19.   Steven N. Blair, Professor (Retired), University of South Carolina  
  20.   John Boright, US National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC  
  21.   Rahma Bourquia, Former President of the Hassan II University, Morocco  
  22.   Wayles Browne, Linguistics, Cornell University   
  23.   Donald S. Burke, Distinguished University Professor of Health Science and Policy, Dean, Graduate School of Public Health, University of Pittsburgh     
  24.   Arthur Carty, Former National Science Advisor to the Government of Canada.
  25.   Margaret Catley-Carlson, Global Water Partnership, Secretary General Advisory Board on Water  
  26.   Vinton Cerf, father of the Internet, VP Google  
  27.   Michael Cernea, Former World Bank’s Senior Advisor for Social Policies and Sociology, Member of the Academy of Sciences, Romania  
  28.   Hernan Chaimovich, Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil  
  29.   Alta Charo, Co-Chair Genetics Panel, Professor of Law, Wisconsin, USA  
  30.   Wen-ta Chiu, Former Minister of Health Taiwan 
  31.    Anatoly Chubais, CEO and Chairman of the Board, RUSNANO, Russia  
  32.    Barry Coller, Rockefeller University, New York  
  33.     E. William Colglazier, Editor-in-Chief, Science & Diplomacy, American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), Washington, DC  
  34.     Daniel Commenges, INSERM, Bordeaux Population Health (BPH), France  
  35.     Sir Gordon R Conway, Former President of the Royal Geographical Society    
  36.     Robin Crewe, Senior Research Fellow, University of Pretoria  
  37.     Saths Cooper, President International Union of Psychological Science IUPsyS, Extraordinary Professor University of Pretoria, South Africa 
  38.     Abdallah Daar, Professor of Public Health Sciences, Dalla Lana Faculty of Public Health, University of Toronto, Canada  
  39.     Annica Dahlström, Gothenburg University, Sweden   
  40.     Yahia Daoud, Founder and Former President of University of Sana’a 
  41.     Jens Degett, President of European Union of Science Journalists Associations (EUSJA)  
  42.     Thomas R DeGregori, Department of Economics, University of Houston  
  43.     Roseanne Diab, Executive Officer of the Academy of Science of South Africa (ASSAf) and Emeritus Professor, University of KwaZulu-Natal. South Africa   
  44.     Salif Diop, Former Senior UNEP, Member of Science Academies, Senegal  
  45.     Jerzy Duszynski, President, Polish Academy of Sciences (PAS), Poland  
  46.     Nadia Makram Ebeid, Former Minister of Environment,  Egypt 
  47.     Bo Ekman, Founder of the Tallberg Forum, and the Aurora Borealis Foundation, Sweden 
  48.     Farouk Elbaz, Director of the Center for Remote Sensing and Research at Boston University, USA  
  49.     Hamza El-Dorry, Professor of Biochemistry, University of São Paulo, Brazil   
  50.     Sawsan Elgogary, Research Professor, The American University in Cairo (AUC)  
  51.     HRH El-Hassan bin Talal, Majlis El Hassan, The Royal Court, Jordan  
  52.     Essam El-Kordi, President of Alexandria University, Egypt    
  53.     Aziza R. Ellozy, Professor, The American University in Cairo (AUC)
  54.     Amin A. Elmallah, Dean and Professor Emeritus, California State University  
  55.     Farouk El-Okdah, Former Governor of the Central Bank of Egypt  
  56.     Wolfgang Faigle, Neuroimmunology and MS Research Neurology Clinic, University Hospital Zürich
  57.     Nina Fedoroff, Geneticist and Molecular biologist, National Medal of Science Winner, USA  
  58.     Laercio Joel Franco, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil   
  59.     Walter Fust, Chairman of the Board, Global Crop Diversity Trust 
  60.     Hans-Pete Geh, Former Director of Württembergischen Landesbibliothek, Former President of IFLA  
  61.     Vartan Gregorian, President, Carnegie Corporation of New York  
  62.     Gérald Grunberg, Conservateur général honoraire des bibliothèques, France  
  63.     Emily Grundy, University of Essex, UK  
  64.     Abba B. Gumel, (Arizona State University-Santa Fe Inst.)., USA  
  65.     Solomon Habtemariam, University of Greenwich, UK    
  66.     Magdy T. Hanna, University of Fayoum, Egypt  Mohamed Hassan, President of AAS
  67.     Mohammad Hassouna, Ambassador,  Egypt 
  68.     Frode Hegland, Liquid Text, UK  
  69.     Jan Henningsson, Former Director of the Swedish Institute Alexandria  
  70.     Charles Henry, PhD,President,CLIR 
  71.     Gudmund Hernes, Former President of the ISSC, Norway 
  72.     John Hoddinott, Professor of Food & Nutrition Economics and Policy, Cornell University.  
  73.    Walter Holland, Emeritus Professor of Public Health Medicine and Visiting Professor at London School of Economics.  
  74.    Rush D. Holt, CEO, American Association for the Advancement of Science and Executive Publisher, Science family of journals  
  75.    Nick Huggett, LAS Distinguished Professor of Philosophy, Director of Graduate Studies University of Illinois, Chicago, USA 
  76.    Richard Hynes, Co-chair of Genetics Panel, Professor, MIT  
  77.    Ekmeleddin İhsanoğlu, Secretary-General of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation  
  78.    Robert Janz, University of Groningen, Netherlands  
  79.    Jean-Noël Jeanneney, French historian and politician  
  80.    Calestous Juma, Professor, Harvard University  
  81.    Jeffrey Kahn, Berman Institute of Bioethics, Johns Hopkins University  
  82.    Yolanda Kakabadse, Former Ecuadorian Minister of Environment  
  83.    Musa Kana, Faculty of Medicine, Kaduna State University, Kaduna, Nigeria  
  84.    Michael A. Keller, University Librarian, Stanford University  
  85.    Jack Kennedy, Artist and Architect at the Aga Khan Award for Architecture. 
  86.    Drew L Kershen, Professor of Law Emeritus, University of Oklahoma  
  87.    Jean M Kerver, Department of Epidemiology & Biostatistics, Michigan State University  
  88.    Dr. Ali Ahmed Khalifa, former Vice Dean Faculty of Medicine, Al Azhar University 
  89.    Matthias Kleiner, Dortmund, Germany  
  90.    Robert Klitgaard, University Professor, Claremont Graduate University, Claremont, USA 
  91.     Jovan Kovacic, EWB President Trilateral Commission ExCom Member TC Serbian Group Chair GCA CEO, K&S Senior Partner 
  92.    Ashwani Kumar, Senior Advocate Supreme Court; Former Union Minister of Law & Justice & Member of Parliament, India, Rajya Sabha, India  
  93.    Virginia Langum, Pro Futura Scientia Fellow Swedish Collegium for Advanced Study Uppsala University , Associate Professor of English  Department of Language Studies Umeå University 
  94.    Ronald Laporte, Emeritus Professor, University of Pittsburgh  
  95.    Zafra Lerman, President Organization: Malta Conferences Foundation  
  96.    Frans Lettenström, Coordinator Open Science Örebro University Library Örebro, Sweden 
  97.    Alexander Likhotal, President of Green Cross International  
  98.    Faina Linkov, Researcher , University of Pittsburgh  
  99.    Robin Lovell-Badge, Francis Crick Institute, UK  
  100.    Malik Maaza, UNESCO UNISA Africa Chair in Nanosciences & Nanotechnology, South Africa  
  101.    Nadia Makram Ebeid, Former Minister of Environment, Egypt  
  102.     Gary Marchant, Arizona State Univesity, USA  
  103.     Alberto Martinelli , President of ISSC, Professor Emeritus of Political Sciences and Sociology, University of Milan, Italy 
  104.     Julia Marton-Lefèvre, Former Director General of IUCN, the International Union for Conservation of Nature  
  105.    Ehsan Masood, Knight Science Journalism Fellow, MIT  
  106.    Charles Maynard, Research Professor Emeritus, University of Washington  
  107.     Federico Mayor, Former Director General of UNESCO and President of the Foundation for a Culture of Peace
  108.     Gordon McBean, President of International Council for Science (ICSU)  
  109.     David McConnell, Pro-Chancellor, University of Dublin  
  110.     Samia Mehrez, Professor of Arabic Literature, American University in Cairo  
  111.     Jennifer Merchant, Professor Paris II Law Faculty, France  
  112.     Najmedin Meshkati, Professor of Civil/Environmental & Industrial and Systems Engineering, School of International Relations, University of Southern California
  113.     Gabrielle Michalek, Carnegie-Mellon University, USA  
  114.     Henry I. Miller, Hoover Institution, Stanford University  
  115.      Lorenzo Montesini, Australian Friends of Bibliotheca Alexandrina  
  116.      Hoda Mostafa, MD, American University in Cairo  
  117.      Benoît Morel,  Carnegie Mellon University 
  118.      Amre Moussa, Former Secretary-General of the Arab League  
  119.      John Mugabe, Graduate School of Technology Management, University of Pretoria  
  120.       Cherry Murray, Harvard University  
  121.        Joel Myerson, Research Professor, Washington University  
  122.        Pulin B Nayak, Centre for Development Economics, Delhi School of Economics    
  123.        Elizabeth Newton, Computer Science Professor, Fontbonne University, USA 
  124.         Bud Nicola, University of Washington School of Public Health  
  125.         Mary Nnankya,  Drug/Vaccine Discovery and Development Consultant, UK  
  126. Eric K. Noji, M.D., Former CDC specialist and Professor at King Saud University, Riyadh  
  127. Carin Norberg, Former Director of Nordic Africa Institute, Uppsala Sweden  
  128. Shereen Adel Nosier, Faculty of Economic Studies and Political Science, University of Alexandria, Egypt  
  129.  Hans Gunnar Nyman, Gothenburg University, Sweden  
  130. Anthony O. Nyong; Director for Climate Change and Green Growth, African Development Bank  
  131.  Oyewusi Ibidapo Obe,  Former Vice Chancellor of the University of Lagos, and President of the Nigerian Academy of Science  
  132.  Francis Ohanyido, Team leader, Synergy PMP, Nigeria   
  133.  Bernard O'Kane, Professor of Islamic Art and Architecture, AUC    
  134.  Edward J. Olszewski, Case western Reserve University, USA  
  135. Gilbert Omenn, Distinguished University Professor, University of Michigan   
  136.  Koji Omi, Chairman, STS forum, Japan   
  137.  Ikenna Onyido, Director, Centre for Sustainable Development, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, Nigeria 
  138.  Suha Ozkan, Former Secretary General of Aga Khan Award for Architecture, Founder and President of World Architecture Community, Founder and Owner of Bodrum Architecture Library  
  139.  Sergio Jorge Pastrana, Foreign Secretary and Executive Director Academia de Ciencias de Cuba. 
  140.  William Richard Peltier, Professor of Physics, University of Toronto, Canada 
  141.  Matthew Porteus, Stanford University  
  142. Rudy Rabbinge, Wageningen University Professor Emeritus, Netherlands  
  143. Bruno Racine, Former  Head of the BnF, Paris  
  144. Dabbala Rajagopal "Raj" Reddy, winner of the Turing Award 
  145. Wasiu Raji, Stanford University, California and University of Ilorin, Nigeria 
  146. Elisa Reis, Vice-President of the ISSC, Professor of Political Sociology, Federal University, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 
  147. Agnes Ricroch, AgroParisTech , Paris and Adjunct Professor Penn State Univ. USA  
  148. Joseph W. Roberts, Associate Professor, Politics and International Relations, Roger Williams University, Bristol, Rhode Island 
  149. Janet Rossant, University Professor, Department of Molecular Genetics, University of Toronto  
  150. Michel Sabourin, Professor Emeritus Department of Psychology, University of Montreal, Canada 
  151. Mohamed Saleh, Former longtime Director General of the Egyptian Museum in Cairo,  Prof. of Ancient History and Archaeology, Ain Shams University, Egypt 
  152. Ebrima Sall, Executive Secretary of CODESRIA, Senegal 
  153. Mohamed Salmawy, Secretary General of the Union of African, Asian and Latin American writers  
  154. Jean-Louis Sarbib, Former Senior VP at World Bank 
  155. Francois Sauer, Advisor of the SHINE program at Harvard University  
  156. Claudio Schuftan, Freelance Public Health and Nutrition Consultant, HCMCity, Vietnam 
  157. Amr Shaarawi, Professor and former Provost, American University in Cairo, Egypt 
  158. Rhonda R. Shearer, Adjunct Lecturer at the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Iowa, USA  
  159. Zakaria Sherbiny, Director of Early Childhood and Associate Head of Lower School  St. Andrew's Episcopal School Jackson, Mississippi 
  160. Carol Hopkins Sibley, Scientific Director, World-Wide Antimalarial Resistance Network (WWARN), University of Washington 
  161. Hans Kristian Simensen, Gothenburg University, Sweden   
  162. Adele Simmons, Vice Chair of Chicago Metropolis 2020, USA  
  163. Salah A. Soliman, Professor of Pesticide Chemistry &Toxicology, Alexandria University  
  164. Diane H. Sonnenwald, Emerita Full Professor of Information and Communication Studies, University College Dublin  
  165. Soroosh Sorooshian,  Distinguished Professor and Director of Center for Hydrometeorology and Remote Sensing (CHRS),  Univ. of California  Irvine USA  
  166. Staffan I. Lindberg, Dept. of Political Science, Director, V-Dem Institute, U of Gothenburg 
  167.  Gunnar Stålsett, Bishop emeritus of Oslo, Honorary President Religions for Peace, Former Vice Chair of the Norwegian Nobel Peace Prize Committee  
  168. Lynne Stokes, Professor and Chairman, Department of Statistical Science   Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas  
  169. M S Swaminathan, Founder Chairman, M S Swaminathan Research Foundation  
  170.  Kazuo Takahashi, Professor at the Division of International Studies, International Christian University, Tokyo, Japan  
  171.  Fouad Tera, Staff  Scientist (Emeritus), Department of Terrestrial Magnetism Carnegie Institution of Science 
  172. Sharon Terry, President and CEO, Genetic Alliance, Washington, DC    
  173. Carl Tham, Former Director General of SIDA; Former Minister of Science and Higher Education, Sweden  
  174.  Kjetil Thorsen, Professor and architect, head of Snøhetta, designer of the Bibliotheca Alexandrina  
  175. Vincent Pryde Titanji,  Vice-Chancellor & CEO, Cameroon Christian University,  
  176. Curtis M Tilves, University of Pittsburgh, USA  
  177.  Moctar Toure, President of CREE, Mali's Regulatory Commission for Electricity and Water utilities   
  178. Hamidou Toure, Permanent Secretary, National Academy of Sciences of Burkina Faso  
  179.  S Tzortzios, University of Thessaly, Greece
  180.  Hans Van Ginkel, Former Rector of the United Nations University, Tokyo  
  181.  Marc Van Montagu, VIB-International Plant Biotechnology Outreach (IPBO), Belgium  
  182. William F. Vendley, Secretary General, Religions for Peace, New York  
  183. Paul Wachtel, Stern School of Business, New York University   
  184. Richard Walker, Professor of Geography (Emeritus), University of California, Berkeley  
  185. Charles Wambebe, ‎President and CEO at International Biomedical Research in Africa   
  186. Bob Warnock, Head Statistical Sciences, Neurology Global Statistical Sciences 
  187. Sohair Wastawy, Dean of Libraries Florida Institute of Technology, USA 
  188. Miriam Were, Chairman of Kenya’s National AIDS Control Council (NACC)  
  189. Marsha Wilcox, Scientific Dirctor, Janssen Research and Development, Titusville, New Jersey
  190. Dawn Wright, Professor of Geography & Oceanography at Oregon State University.   
  191. Wilfried Wunderlich, Professor Solid State Physics, Tokai University, Japan 
  192. Sir Magdi H Yacoub, FRS, OM, Imperial College London UK  
  193. Huanming Yang, BGI-China, Beijing, China  
  194.  Hiroyuki Yoshikawa, Former President of ICSU, and University of Tokyo, Japan  
  195. Yehia Halim Zaki, Former Dean of Medicine, Alexandria University, Egypt 
  196. Elias Zerhouni, Director of Global R&D, Sanofi, Paris
  197. Christian Ib Bygbjerg, Professor for Global Health, University of Copenhagen, Denmark