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I went to law school to become a health care lawyer. That may sound strange, but I come from a family of doctors, and that was the only business I knew anything about. So I went to Boston University, where they have a JD/MPH (Masters of Public Health) program and enjoyed that very much. I sought out a law firm life where I could work with health care providers, and never looked back.
Lawrence W. Vernaglia
LawrenceVernaglia
Being raised in a medical family I have always been supportive of the development of novel technologies & medications aimed to improve patient care and treatment & thus wanted to provide legal counsel to entities to assist them in the provision of high-quality patient care. Clinical research is important to patient care and providing counsel to researchers and entities in this regard is rewarding.
Monica R. Chmielewski
MonicaChmielewski
I used to be a basic science researcher, so delving into the field of clinical research from a legal perspective was a natural progression for me. I am also committed to doing what I can to protect human subjects while assisting in advancing innovation; clinical compliance is the marriage of both.
Kyle Y. Faget
KyleFaget
I am a law professor and bioethicist using the law both to improve medical decision making and to protect patient rights at the end of life. In both my scholarship and policy briefings, I am working to: (1) balance liberty and public health; (2) assure adequate informed consent; and (3) develop fair internal dispute resolution mechanisms.
Thaddeus Mason Pope
ThaddeusMasonPope
I became fascinated with legal aspects of bioethics in college in the 1960s, before the term bioethics was invented, and I pursued this interest in law school under the tutelage of Professor Jay Katz.
Alan Meisel
AlanMeisel
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