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Health Law Research

David Abrams

    When Docs Snooze Do You Lose? Medical Resident Work Hours and Patient Outcomes.

Anita Allen

    Cognitive Enhancement and Beyond: Recommendations from the Bioethics Commission, 19 TRENDS IN COGNITIVE SCIENCES 549 (2015) (with Nicolle K. Strand).

    Compliance-Limited Health Privacy Laws, in SOCIAL DIMENSIONS OF PRIVACY: INTERDISCIPLINARY PERSPECTIVES (Beate Roessler and Dorota Mokrosinka eds., Cambridge U. Press 2015).

    Medicine in the Twenty-first Century: Ethical Means and Ends, in DIMENSIONS OF GOODNESS (Vittorio Hösle, ed., Cambridge Scholars, 2013).

    Is There a Right to Health?, 12 J. HUM. DEV. & CAPABILITIES 571 (2011)

Regina Austin

Tom Baker

    For Third Enrollment Period, Marketplaces Expand Decision Support Tools to Assist Consumers, 35 HEALTH AFF. 680 (2016) (with Charlene A. Wong, Daniel E. Polsky, Arthur T. Jones, Janet Weiner, and Robert J. Town).

    THE MEDICAL MALPRACTICE MYTH (University of Chicago Press 2005) (paperback 2007).

Mitchell Berman

Angus Corbett

Eric Feldman

    A Solution in Search of a Problem? The Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2008.

    Letter, Expanding Long-Term Care Options for Persons with Serious Mental Illness, 313 J. AM. MED. ASS'N 1756 (2015) (with Mitchell D. Feldman and Saul Feldman).

    The Bioethics of Tobacco, in THE PENN CENTER GUIDE TO BIOETHICS (Vardit Ravitsky, Autumn Fiester, and Arthur Caplan, eds., NY: Springer Publishing Company, 2009).

    Suing Doctors in Japan: Structure, Culture, and the Rise of Malpractice Litigation, in FAULT LINES: TORT LAW AS CULTURAL PRACTICE (Michael McCann and David Engel, eds., Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2009).

    Why Patients Sue Doctors: The Japanese Experience, 37 J. L. MED. & ETHICS 792 (2009).


Douglas Frenkel

    Words That Heal, 140(6) ANNALS OF INTERNAL MED. 482 (March 16, 2004) (editorial essay, with C. Liebman).

Paul Heaton

Allison Hoffman

    THE OXFORD HANDBOOK OF U.S. HEALTH LAW (ed. with I. Glenn Cohen and William M. Sage, Oxford University Press 2017).

Jonathan Klick

    The Relationship between Abortion Liberalization and Sexual Behavior: International Evidence, 14 AM. L. & ECON. REV. 457 (2012). (with Sven Neelsen & Thomas Stratmann)

Serena Mayeri

    Queering the History of Sex Discrimination, Book Review of Phil Tiemeyer, PLANE QUEER: LABOR, SEXUALITY, AND AIDS IN THE HISTORY OF MALE FLIGHT ATTENDANTS, Jotwell, February 2015.

Stephen Morse

    Legal Regulation of Addictive Substances and Addiction, in ADDICTION NEUROETHICS: THE ETHICS OF ADDICTION NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH AND TREATMENT 261 (Adrian Carter et al. eds., 2012).

    Neuroimaging Evidence in Law: A Plea for Modesty and Relevance, in NEUROIMAGING IN FORENSIC PSYCHIATRY: FROM THE CLINIC TO THE COURTROOM 341 (Joseph R. Simpson ed., Wiley-Blackwell, 2012).

Dorothy Roberts

    Movement Intersectionality: The Case of Race, Gender, Disability, and Genetic Technologies, 10 DUBOIS REV. 313 (2013) (with Sujatha Jesudason).

    Law, Race, and Biotechnology: Toward a Biopolitical and Transdisciplinary Paradigm, 18 ANN. REV. L. & SOC. SCI. 149 (2013)

    Debating the Cause of Health Disparities -- Implications for Bioethics and Racial Equality, 21 CAMBRIDGE Q. HEALTHCARE ETHICS 332 (2012).

    Race, Gender, and the Conflation of Biological and Social Issues, 9 DUBOIS REV. 235 (2012) (book review).


    Race and the New Biocitizen, in WHAT'S THE USE OF RACE 259 (Ian Whitmarsh & David Jones, eds., MIT Press, 2010).

    The Social Immorality of Health in the Gene Age: Race, Disability, and Inequality, in AGAINST HEALTH 61 (Jonathan Metzl & Anna Kirkland, eds., NYU Press, 2010).

    SEX, POWER, AND TABOO: GENDER AND HIV IN THE CARIBBEAN AND BEYOND (with Rhoda Reddock, Dianne Douglas & Sandra Reid, Ian Randle Publishers, 2009)

    Sick and Tired: Working Women and Their Health, in THE SHRIVER REPORT: A WOMAN'S NATION CHANGES EVERYTHING 122 (Heather Boushey & Ann O'Leary, eds., The Center for American Progress, 2009). (with Jessica Arons)

    Margaret Sanger and the Racial Origins of the Birth Control Movement, in RACIALLY WRITING THE REPUBLIC: RACISTS, RACE REBELS, AND TRANSFORMATIONS OF AMERICAN IDENTITY 196 (Bruce Baum & Duchess Harris, eds., Duke University Press, 2009).

    Is Race-Based Medicine Good for Us?: African-American Approaches to Race, Biotechnology, and Equality, 36 J.L. MED. & ETHICS 537 (2008).

Paul Robinson

Theodore Ruger

    The Moral Economy of American Medicine

    After the FDA: A Twentieth-Century Agency in a Postmodern World, in FDA IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY: THE CHALLENGES OF REGULATING DRUGS AND NEW TECHNOLOGIES (Holly Fernandez Lynch and I. Glenn Cohen, eds, Columbia U. Press, 2015).

    "Our Federalism" Moves Indoors, 38 J. HEALTH POL. POL'Y. & L. 283 (2013).

    Gonzales v. Oregon and the Supreme Court’s (Re)Turn to Constitutional Theory, 34 J. L. MED. & ETHICS 817 (2006).

Catherine Struve

Amy Wax

    Choice and Coercion in Feminist Theory: The Case of Women in Science Careers

    The Law and Neuroscience of Deprivation (with Martha Farah)

    Against Perversity: Horizontal Equity and Poor Relief

Rangita de Silva de Alwis