m in New York City, and served as Counsel to Commissioner Joseph Grundfest of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. He has also been Professor of Law at Stanford Law School (19982004) and Columbia Law School (19881998). Professor Black is available for questions and interviews.
Charles Silver currently serves as Associate Reporter on the American Law Institute's project on Aggregate Litigation. He has published widely on class actions and complex lawsuits, attorneys' fees, the professional responsibilities of lawyers, insurance, and health care law and policy. Professor Silver is available for questions and interviews.
David A. Hyman, who received degrees in law and medicine from the University of Chicago, teaches health care regulation, civil procedure, insurance law, law & economics, professional responsibility, and tax policy. He has published articles on a wide variety of issues, but focuses his research on the regulation and financing of health care. Doctor Hyman is available for questions and interviews.
William M. Sage, who earned degrees in both law and medicine at Stanford University, teaches courses in health law, antitrust, regulatory theory, and the professions. He currently serves as principal investigator for the Project on Medical Liability in Pennsylvania, a 3-year program of medical malpractice policy research funded by The Pew Charitable Trusts. Doctor Sage is available for questions and interviews.
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. Test project of patient-centered medical home model endorsed by American College of Physicians2
. Heroes of Chemistry honored for medical, energy, environmental breakthroughs3
. Refusal of medical and surgical interventions common among chronically ill elderly4
. W.M. Keck Foundation announces 2007 class of Distinguished Young Scholars in medical research5
. When minority patients have insurance and a medical home, their health care improves6
. Extended duration work shifts risky to the safety, well-being of medical interns, patients7
. Students with medical-related majors more likely to have poor quality sleep8
. Brightening prospects of using fluorescent nanotubes in medical applications9
. World first medical treatment announced by researchers10
. The general public lacks basic medical knowledge11
. Limiting eligibility for medical studies can omit women and African-Americans