Their own web pages -
Deaf and Hard of Hearing Professionals in Science
Michele Cooke, Department of Geological and Environmental Sciences,
Jane Dillehay, Professor, Dean of College of Arts and Sciences,
Gallaudet University, Washington, D.C.
Graham, Science Teacher, Washington School for the Deaf, Washington.
Harry Lang, Research Associate, Educational and Career Research
Department, NTID, Rochester, NY
Jennifer Mangan, post-doctoral research associate at the National
Center for Atmospheric Research, University of Colorado at Boulder
Michael Moore, Professor of Chemistry, Gallaudet University,
Plato, Computer specialist in the aerospace industry, currently
a free-lance computer consultant.
J. Tilak Ratnanther, Assistant Research Professir, Applied Mathematics/Biomedical
Engineering, Johns Hopkins University.
Soloman, Faculty, Biology Department at Gallaudet University,
Keith Watt, Assistant Director of the Mars Education Program
at Arizona State University in Tempe, AZ
Woodcock, Associate Professor in the School of Occupational
and Public Health at Ryerson Polytechnic University. First
deaf woman to receive a doctorate in engineering
Vogler, Department of Computer and Information Science, Univ.
Zak, Digital Electronics and Software Engineer, Freelance basis,
Karen L. Sadler, MS
Neuroscience, University of Pittsburgh Medical School, Ph.D. Science Education
Candidate, University of Pittsburg
Sites with information about deaf scientists in history
(1806-1889) Online Biography at University of Evansville.
Swan Leavitt (1868-1921)
Science Corner, Biographies of famous deaf scientists by
Mr. Chad E. Smith's Deaf Education class at West Brook High School
Judith Pachciarz, (pdf)
physician, microbiologist, and the first American deaf person to earn a
medical degree and a doctoral degree.
Deaf Scientist Walter
Weitbrecht is credited with the invention of the TTY.
Nobel Prize Winners - Gallaudet University Library.
Jump Cannon Homepage
Goodricke - deaf astronomer
Bonnet, natural scientist
Careers in Science
on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD):
Research Careers for Deaf Individuals.