Contributors and Donors

Regular Contributors

Fred L. Brown
Karen Timmons
Barry Levy
Stephanie Poe, PhD
Terry Rajasenan
Kiran Rajasenan, MD
Jeffrey R. Hunt
Jared A. Mort, Lt Col, USAF
Ross Birdsong, Major, USAF
Julie Hendrickson, CDR, USN, Ret.
John Brennan, MD, MPH
Margo Malaspina

Eva Johansson
Greg Cioffi
Roger Odom
Sue Duffy
Anup Swamy
Ro Agrawal
Karen Cheng
Aashka Shah
Uthara Ramesh
Greg Fisher
Frank Campanaro
Robert Seach
Becky Alsup

Financial Donors

Dr. Kiran Rajasenan
Thank you to Dr. Kiran Rajasenan for his donation toward reducing sepsis in cancer patients, and also assisting in earlier interventions for pandemic threats.

Gold Level Donors ($5,000 and above)

ProcessProxy Corporation
Thank you to ProcessProxy for donating time, expertise, and limited licenses to HROC to help fulfill its mission and efforts toward public safety, scientific study, and education.

Harold Beznos
Thank you to Harold Beznos and Family for their donation to support research to improve reliability on prevention of sepsis and infection complications, especially in cancer, and to help reduce sepsis risk for our veterans and active duty service members.

Robert C. Marshall
Thank you to Bob Marshall for his donation toward improving quality of life for military and veteran service-members by assisting in earlier and better interventions for those with traumatic brain injuries, neurological deficits and PTSD, which contribute to disproportionate rates of suicide in the target population.

James Volle
Thank you to Jim Volle for his donation toward improving public safety in terms of monitoring and early interventions for mass casualty situations, as well as for the quality of life for military and veteran service-members and other vulnerable populations (e.g. urban areas), by helping identify how a Cooperative HRO can reduce failure-to-recognize threats, and mitigate dangers / manage crises in mass casualty situations.

Stephen E. Carey
Thank you to Steve Carey for his donation toward improving the quality of life for military and veteran service-members by assisting in the deployment of a new, sponsor- and donor-driven mobile application, which will help veterans and other vulnerable populations to overcome a variety of barriers to improving quality of life, such as disabilities, socio-economic backgrounds, etc. HROC appreciates that he has driven the process in bringing veterans and military members to the forefront of its initial research and solution development.