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.

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Upcoming Events

Litigating the Rights of Pregnant Women

April 22 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
William H. Gates Hall

Hot Topics in Global Health and Justice: Spring Speaker Series. This speaker series will cover leading issues in the interdisciplinary field of global health and justice. Presentations will be given by experts in academia, government and NGOs. Topics will include LGBTI Rights, Violations and Health Impacts; global oncology and access to medicines; Ebola epidemic in Sierra Leone; Ebola and quarantine; health and human rights impacts of migration in Burma; legal advocacy for pregnant women; and medical tourism. All sessions are open to the public.

Health and Human Rights of Migration in Myanmar

April 29 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
William H. Gates Hall

Hot Topics in Global Health and Justice: Spring Speaker Series. This speaker series will cover leading issues in the interdisciplinary field of global health and justice. Presentations will be given by experts in academia, government and NGOs. Topics will include LGBTI Rights, Violations and Health Impacts; global oncology and access to medicines; Ebola epidemic in Sierra Leone; Ebola and quarantine; health and human rights impacts of migration in Burma; legal advocacy for pregnant women; and medical tourism. All sessions are open to the public.

Ebola: Direct from Sierra Leone

May 6 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
William H. Gates Hall

Hot Topics in Global Health and Justice: Spring Speaker Series. This speaker series will cover leading issues in the interdisciplinary field of global health and justice. Presentations will be given by experts in academia, government and NGOs. Topics will include LGBTI Rights, Violations and Health Impacts; global oncology and access to medicines; Ebola epidemic in Sierra Leone; Ebola and quarantine; health and human rights impacts of migration in Burma; legal advocacy for pregnant women; and medical tourism. All sessions are open to the public.

Ebola: Quarantine and Controversies

May 13 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
William H. Gates Hall

Hot Topics in Global Health and Justice: Spring Speaker Series. This speaker series will cover leading issues in the interdisciplinary field of global health and justice. Presentations will be given by experts in academia, government and NGOs. Topics will include LGBTI Rights, Violations and Health Impacts; global oncology and access to medicines; Ebola epidemic in Sierra Leone; Ebola and quarantine; health and human rights impacts of migration in Burma; legal advocacy for pregnant women; and medical tourism. All sessions are open to the public.

Beyond our Borders: Medical Tourism

May 20 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
William H. Gates Hall

Hot Topics in Global Health and Justice: Spring Speaker Series. This speaker series will cover leading issues in the interdisciplinary field of global health and justice. Presentations will be given by experts in academia, government and NGOs. Topics will include LGBTI Rights, Violations and Health Impacts; global oncology and access to medicines; Ebola epidemic in Sierra Leone; Ebola and quarantine; health and human rights impacts of migration in Burma; legal advocacy for pregnant women; and medical tourism. All sessions are open to the public.

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