Law and bioethics’ Jessica Berg presents, publishes on public health, surrogacy and more

Law and bioethics professor Jessica Berg recently had two articles accepted for publication and also presented at five conferences.

Her publications, “All for One and One for All: Informed Consent and Public Health” and “Surrogate Decision Making in the Internet Age,” were accepted for forthcoming issues of Houston Law Review and the American Journal of Bioethics, respectively.

She presented on “Making Good Health Policy” for the Ohio Public Health Association in Columbus as well as on “Charity Care, Nonprofit Hospitals and Health Reform” and “Can We Legislate, Regulate, Litigate or Educate Ourselves Thinner?” At Yale University.

In addition, she presented “Testing the baby and the bathwater: Prenatal genetic diagnosis and the law” before the International Society of Prenatal Diagnosis in Miami and on “Surrogate Decision Making for the Facebook Generation” at the Health Law Professor’s Conference in Phoenix.