Eric Gladen majored in Engineering at Oregon State University. A tragic life experience in 2004 would change his focus to storytelling through documentary films. Trace Amounts is the true story of his journey through mercury poisoning that he believes came from a thimerosal-loaded tetanus shot.
Shiloh Levine studied film production and theory at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Her earlier works are mainly experimental and documentary shorts. She has also produced, written, and anchored for OTV and is currently focused on projects that inspire positive change.
The 88 year-old dedicated his life to the field of microbiology, having served as a trusted consultant to several government agencies, including the FDA, CDC, CIA, NASA, Armed Forces Epidemiological Board (AFEB) and an ad hoc consultant to numerous biomedical companies. He also served on the National Council of the NIH National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.
Quinn’s parents implemented a special diet and supplements that would help Quinn detox from his exposure to heavy metal. His story is featured prominently in Trace Amounts.
Paul A. Offit is an American pediatrician specializing in infectious diseases and is considered an expert on vaccines, immunology, and virology.
Former Congressman Dan Burton is an outspoken critic of Thimerosal. “Every day that mercury-containing vaccines remain on the market is another day HHS is putting 8,000 children at risk,” he said.
Nancy Snyderman is a physician and broadcast journalist. She had served as the Chief Medical for NBC News since 2006, but has reportedly been terminated in December 2014.
Dan Olmsted is an investigative reporter and former senior editor for United Press International (UPI). He wrote a compelling essay entitled “The Amish Anamoly.” He is the current editor for Age of Autism.
Brian Hooker, PhD, PE, was formerly a bioengineer with the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL). He now works as an associate professor at Simpson University.
David Kirby is a journalist based in Brooklyn, New York, and was formerly a regular contributor to the New York Times since 1998.
American scientist Andrew Cutler developed a specific mercury detoxification protocol, which cured Eric Gladen (Director of this documentary) of his mercury poisoning.
Boyd Haley is a retired professor of chemistry at the University of Kentucky.
Sander Greenland is Professor of Epidemiology and Statistics at the University of California, Los Angeles.
Mark R. Geier, PhD., MD, is an American physician and geneticist who has testified in more than 90 cases regarding allegations of injury or illness caused by vaccines.
David Geier is the son of Mark Geier. Together, the Geiers have been proponents of the theory that thimerosal has a direct link to the autism epidemic for over a decade.