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An audience listens to speakers on the panel, “Monkeypox: Science, Law and Governance of Pandemics.”

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At the Solomon Center panel on long-term care in the U.S.: Solomon Center Senior Director Jennifer Huer (standing before screen) and panel moderator, Visiting Professor Nina Kohn (left).

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Sasha Buchert (at table in foreground), with fellow panelist Dr. Stuart Weinzimer (left), speaks at the Solomon Center co-hosted panel “Care for Trans Patients: Legal and Policy Challenges Around Access to Gender-Affirming Care.”

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Left to right, in person: Joshua Aiken ’24; Aimee Carlisle of Brooklyn Defenders; Violence Interrupter Marcus McAllister. Left to right, on screen: Joseph Richardson Jr., Professor at University of Maryland; TJ Grayson, Justice Catalyst Fellow at the Advancement Project.

Projects & Publications

(November 7, 2022 | Journal Article)
Evaluation of FDA Device Regulation and Future Recommendations
Kunal C. Potnis; Joseph S. Ross; Sanjay Aneja
(November 7, 2022 | Journal Article)
Katharine F.B. Correia; Katherine Kraschel; David B. Seifer

In the Media

After Roe: The Uncertain Future of fertility treatment

Executive Director of the Solomon Center Katie Kraschel was a guest on NPR's 1A where she discussed the potential impact of state abortion bans on access to fertility treatments

Supreme Court Sides With Doctors Accused of Running Pill Mills

Faculty Director of the Solomon Center Abbe R. Gluck '00 is quoted in the New York Times about a Supreme Court decision that sided with doctors convicted of illegally dispensing drugs without a legitimate medical purpose.

The Supreme Court has sided with doctors in an opioids case. What this means for future cases

Faculty Director of the Solomon Center Abbe R. Gluck '00 was interviewed on KJZZ where she discussed a Supreme Court decision that sided with two doctors convicted of illegally dispensing drugs without a legitimate medical purpose.

Abortion Remains Legal in CT, but Experts Sound Alarm on SCOTUS Decision

Executive Director of the Solomon Center Katie Kraschel spoke to Connecticut NPR about the Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v Wade.

Clarence Thomas Signals Same-Sex Marriage and Contraception Rights at Risk After Overturning Roe v. Wade

Executive Director of the Solomon Center Katie Kraschel is quoted in an article in Time about Supreme Court decision on Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization could mean for other constitutional rights.



Partner Events

Thursday, February 2, 2023, 3:00 - 7:00 PM

Yale Symposium on Holocaust and Genocide

Programs will include Healthcare Professionals in Conflict Zones and Humanitarian Emergencies, Josef Mengele, Ethics of Remembrance: Holocaust Memorials and Countermemorials in Contemporary Europe, Medical Professionals as Perpetrators: Motivations, Mentalities, Milieus.


Program for Biomedical Ethics | Yale Pediatric Ethics Program


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Thursday, February 2, 2023, 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Language for an Infinite Distance: Art as Work in Medicine


Speaker: Anna DeForest, MD, MFA

Program for Humanities in Medicine


In person at TAC Auditorium or Zoom


Thursday, February 2, 2023, 6:30 PM

Gary Gottlieb, MD, MBA


Yale School of Management Colloquium in Healthcare Leadership


Park Street Auditorium, 55 Park Street


Solomon Center @ YLS
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