The Center boasts a distinguished faculty with a broad range of research interests who are devoted to continuing the Center's work at the forefront of engaged scholarship. In addition to drawing on a core faculty of historians and ethicists, the Center's academic programs benefit from the skills and expertise of distinguished epidemiologists, physicians, and legal scholars.
Nancy Leys Stepan, PhD
Center for the History & Ethics of Public Health
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