Brian Hooker
Critics  Vaccine autism proven  Mercury

"We need to stop calling it Autism and call it what it is! ---Vaccine Induced Brain Injury" -----Dr. Brian Hooker Ph.D. PE

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Focus Autism Foundation

[2014] Methodological Issues and Evidence of Malfeasance in Research Purporting to Show Thimerosal in Vaccines Is Safe.  Brian Hooker, Janet Kern, David Geier, Boyd Haley, Lisa Sykes, Paul King, and Mark Geier
The purpose of this review is to examine these six publications [21–26] which were “overseen” by the CDC and which claim that prenatal and early childhood vaccine-derived Thimerosal exposures are not related to the risk of a subsequent diagnosis of autism or autism spectrum disorder (ASD). This review analyzes possible reasons why their published outcomes are so different from the results of investigations by multiple independent research groups over the past 75+ years. The review begins with an examination of the Madsen et al. [21] study.

PhD Scientist and Biochemist Reveals Hidden CDC Documents Showing Thimerosal In Vaccines Increase Neurologic Disorders

[2014 vid] How to Lie to a Generation of Families - Malfeasance in the CDCs Vaccine Safety Program - Dr. Brian Hooker

Brian Hooker's Testimony From Congressional Autism Hearing

[vid] Vaccines Cause More Autism Than The CDC Will Admit

[2014 feb] Vaccine Industry Watchdog Obtains CDC Documents That Show Statistically Significant Risks of Autism Associated with Vaccine Preservative Thimerosal

Brian S. Hooker, PhD, PE, is an Assistant Professor of Biology at Simpson University in Redding California where he specializes in chemistry and biology coursework. Additionally, Hooker is the Senior ProcessConsultant at ARES Corporation, working closely on process design for the environment restoration industry. His design efforts focus on industrial biotechnology and chemical engineering principles.

Brian dedicated over 15 years as a bioengineer and the team leader for the High Throughput Biology Team and Operations Manager of the DOE Genomics: Genomes to Life (GTL) Center for Molecular and Cellular Systems at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL). Dr. Hooker managed applied plant and fungal molecular biology research projects at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, where systems biology researchers are focused on understanding gene and protein networks involved in individual cell signaling, communication between cells in communities, and cellular metabolic pathways.

In 1985, Dr. Hooker earned his Bachelor of Science degree in chemical engineering, from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, California. He earned his Masters of Science degree in 1988 and his doctorate in 1990, both in biochemical engineering, from Washington State University, in Pullman, Washington.

Brian Hooker has many accomplishments to his credit including: co-inventor for five patents, recipient of the Battelle Entrepreneurial Award in 2001, and a Federal Laboratory Consortium Recognition Award in 1999, for his work on “Reactive Transport in 3-Dimensions.”  The breadth of Hooker’s 50 science and engineering papers have been published in internationally recognized, peer reviewed journals.

He has a 14-year old son with autism and has been active in the autism community since 2004.

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