Lori Andrews

Lori Andrews is a Distinguished Professor of Law at Chicago-Kent College of Law and director of the Institute for Science, Law and Technology at the Illinois Institute of Technology. She received her B.A. summa cum laude from Yale College and her J.D. from Yale Law School. In Spring 2002, she was a visiting professor at Princeton University. Andrews has been an advisor on genetic and reproductive technology to Congress, foreign governments, and various federal agencies. She chaired the federal Working Group on the Ethical, Legal, and Social Implications of the Human Genome Project.

M. Gregg Bloche

Gregg Bloche is a professor of law at Georgetown University, co-director of the Georgetown-Johns Hopkins Joint Program in Law and Public Health, and visiting fellow at The Brookings Institution and the Harvard Program on Ethics and Health. He received a Guggenheim Fellowship for 2005-06 to examine the roles of medicine in the public sphere. Dr. Bloche teaches and writes on U.S. and international health law and policy.

Scott Burris

Scott Burris is a professor in both the Beasley School of Law and the School of Public Health and the director of the Center for Health Law, Policy and Practice at Temple University. He began his career in public health law during the early days of the HIV/AIDS epidemic.

Annetine Gelijns

Annetine C. Gelijns is the chair of the Department of Population Health Science and Policy at the Mount Sinai Medical Center. Previously, Dr. Gelijns was the Co-Director of the International Center for Health Outcomes and Innovation Research, and and professor of surgical sciences in the department of surgery, College of Physicians and Surgeons, and the School of Public Health, Columbia University in New York City. Dr.

Mark Hall

Mark A. Hall is the director of the Health Law and Policy Program and the Fred D. and Elizabeth L. Turnage Professor of Law at Wake Forest University, where he has appointments in the Schools of Law, Medicine, and Management. Professor Hall specializes in health care law and public policy, with a focus on economic, regulatory and organizational issues. He received his law degree with highest honors from the University of Chicago, after which he completed an RWJF fellowship program at Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health.

Peter Hammer

Peter J. Hammer is the director of the Damon J. Keith Center for Civil Rights and a professor at the Wayne State University Law School. Previously, he was an assistant professor at the University of Michigan Law School. He is also an adjunct professor at the University of Michigan School of Public Health in the Department of Health Management and Policy. At Wayne State, Professor Hammer has helped redesign the school's health law curriculum. His work focuses on the study of federal antitrust law and the legal issues surrounding changes in the health care industry.

Peter Jacobson

Peter D. Jacobson is professor of health law and policy in the University of Michigan School of Public Health and the director of the Center for Law, Ethics and Health. He is also president of the Public Health Law Association. Professor Jacobson received his law degree from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law in 1970, and a Masters in Public Health from UCLA in 1988. Before coming to the University of Michigan, he was Senior Behavioral Scientist at RAND from 1988 to 1996.

Aaron Kesselheim

Aaron S. Kesselheim is an associate professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School, based in the division of pharmacoepidemiology and pharmacoeconomics, department of medicine, Brigham and Women?s Hospital (BWH). He graduated from Harvard College and received his postgraduate training at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and Law School, and most recently at the Harvard School of Public Health. He is board-certified in internal medicine, serves as a primary care physician, and attends on the general medicine inpatient service at BWH.

Zita Lazzarini

Zita Lazzarini teaches health law and bioethics at the University of Connecticut Health Center (UCHC) and the Harvard School of Public Health and directs the UCHC Division of Medical Humanities. She is currently developing projects and methods to evaluate the impact of laws and policies on health and behavior using a social epidemiology framework. This work includes examination of criminal law and HIV risk behavior, as well as other aspects of HIV law and policy. She is also investigating human subjects research protections as a regulatory system. Ms.

Michelle Mello

Michelle Mello is Professor of Law at Stanford Law School and Professor of Health Research and Policy at Stanford Medical School.  She conducts empirical research into issues at the intersection of law, ethics, and health policy.  She is the author of more than 130 articles and book chapters on the medical malpractice system, medical errors and patient safety, research ethics, the obesity epidemic, pharmaceuticals, clinical ethics, and other topics. Among other current projects, Dr.