Seton Hall Law Announces Frank Pasquale as the Schering-Plough Professor in Health Care Regulation and Enforcement
Posted May 16 2010 10:36pm
Seton Hall University School of Law has announced the appointment of Frank Pasquale as the Schering-Plough Professor in health care regulation and enforcement. Professor Pasquale has been a member of the Seton Hall Law Faculty since 2004 and is the Associate Director of the Center for Health & Pharmaceutical Law & Policy . He has distinguished himself as an internationally recognized scholar in health, intellectual property, and information law. He has made numerous academic presentations at universities across North America and at the National Academy of Sciences. A prolific writer, Professor Pasquale’s work has been featured in top law reviews, books, peer-reviewed journals, and online blogs, including Health Reform Watch , of which he is Editor-in-Chief. A frequent media presence, he has appeared in the New York Times, San Francisco Chronicle, Los Angeles Times, Boston Globe, Financial Times, and on CNN, WNYC’s Brian Lehrer Show, and National Public Radio’s Talk of the Nation.
Professor Pasquale has testified before Congress and before the New York City Broadband Advisory Commission. He has presented before the Task Force on Competition Policy and Antitrust Laws of the House Committee on the Judiciary, appearing with the General Counsels of Google, Microsoft, and Yahoo.
At Seton Hall Law, Professor Pasquale has taught courses in health care finance and regulation, intellectual property law, and administrative law. He received his J.D. from Yale Law School, his M.Phil. from Oxford University, and his B.A. summa cum laude from Harvard University.
As the Schering-Plough Professor in Health Care Regulation and Enforcement, Professor Pasquale will contribute scholarship which will include public policy analysis of issues related to administrative law, the regulatory and enforcement concerns of providers and patients, FDA law, and drug and device innovation.
This Professorship was made possible by a $2.5 million endowment from the former Schering-Plough Corporation and the Schering-Plough Foundation. The Schering-Plough Foundation supported the advancement of health, education, public policy, and community initiatives.