University of Pittsburgh

Mary Crossley Selected as Scholar in Residence by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Network for Public Health Law

Publish Date/Time: 
May 22, 2013

 

Professor Mary Crossley is one of six legal scholars from across the country selected to work with a public health department in tackling pressing public health law issues as part of Scholars in Residence, a new program sponsored by the Network for Public Health Law and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.  Crossley will work with the San Francisco Department of Public Health to identify innovative ways in which California health officials can use their legal authority to address the growing burden of chronic diseases through interventions targeting risk behaviors and social and economic factors that impact health.  

Read the full announcement here.

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