Center for Law in Science and Global Health
The Center for Law in Science and Global Health began in 1994 with the appointment
of Professor Patricia Kuszler who was hired to create and institute a program
of study focusing on the intersection between law and health sciences. The guiding
focus of the center is multidisciplinary research and teaching that explores
the intersection of law and policy in domestic health law and global health law.
The Center is involved in:
Global Health Law Summer Institute:
The Access Challenge
July 14-18, 2014
The UW Global Health Law Summer Institute brings together representatives from academia, national governments,
foundations, NGOs and the private sector to discuss the role of law and legal solutions in enhancing the global
health delivery infrastructure. This year’s theme is Access with different facets of “The Access Challenge”
explored each day. Click on the picture above for more details.