Quinn Lucas Schansman was identified by Barack Obama as the one American on Flight 17.
Schansman also has Dutch citizenship, and was on his way to meet his family on vacation in Malaysia.
Joep Lange, a world-renowned AIDS researcher, was headed to the 2014 World AIDS Conference on Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, according to The Washington Post.
UNSW Australia Kirby Institute Director, Professor David A Cooper, a good friend of Lange, said “Joep had an absolute commitment to HIV treatment and care in Asia and Africa... The joy in collaborating with Joep was that he would always bring a fresh view, a unique take on things, and he never accepted that something was impossible to achieve. Our joint work in Bangkok, the HIVNAT centre, will stand as his legacy.”
Karlijn Keijzer, a former rower and current doctoral student at Indiana University, was from Amsterdam.
Indiana University head rowing coach, Steve Peterson, said "She was a phenomenal student and loved IU so much that she stayed here after she earned her master’s degree. Our condolences go out to her family and friends in this very tough time.”
An undated photo made available Friday, July 18, 2014, by the World Health Organization of Glenn Thomas, 49, a media officer at the WHO in Geneva, who died on board Malaysian Airlines flight MH17.
Thomas was believed to be travelling to the 2014 International AIDS Conference in Melbourne.
Dr. Rachel Baggaley, member of the HIV Department at the WHO and friend of Thomas told Vox News: "I'm just devastated. He's a very close colleague whom I work with on a daily basis. He just had his birthday, he was going to plan all sorts of celebrations."
John Alder was en route to New Zealand from the United Kingdom to see Manchester United play in a pre-season game.
Tessa van der Sande
According to Amnesty International Netherlands Facebook, Tessa van der Sande was a 27-year-old activist from Netherlands who worked for Amnesty International’s Africa program.
John Paulissen, Yuli Hastini, Arjun Paulissen and Sri Paulissen
Widi Yuwono, the brother of Yuli Hastini, rear, holds a photograph of his sister's family, showing Hastini, right, her Dutch husband John Paulissen, left, and their two children, Arjun and Sri, who were on Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, Friday, July 18, 2014, at his residence in Solo, Central Java, Indonesia.
Sanjid Singh Sandhu
Sanjid Singh Sandhu was a 41-year-old flight attendant who hadn't been originally scheduled to fly on Malaysia Flight 17.
Jacqueline van Tongeren
Jacqueline van Tongeren was a partner in life and work of Joep Lange, a doctor, visionary and campaigner who spearheaded the push to get cheap anti-retroviral drugs to the poor. Both were en route to an AIDS conference.
Mohammad Noor Mahmood
Mohammad Noor Mahmood was a flight attendant on Malaysia Airlines Flight 17.
Sheila Dora Kassim
The last picture taken of Sheila Dora Kassim, right,who was one of the crew members of flight MH17 and her daughter, Nur Diyana Yazeera outside their home in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
A bunch of flowers with a picture and a message for John Allen, a British lawyer who died with his Dutch wife and three sons on flight MH17, is placed at Schiphol airport, in Amsterdam, Sunday, July 20, 2014.
Mo Maslin, Evie Maslin and Otis Maslin
Australian siblings Mo Maslin, 12; Evie Maslin, 10; and Otis Maslin, 8 were traveling with their grandfather, Nick Norris.
Nick Norris was traveling to Perth, Australia with three grandchildren.
Nur Shazana Mohamad Salleh was a flight attendant on Malaysia Airlines flight 17.