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Brown appears on “Top of Mind” to discuss patient consent laws in wake of nurse arrest

University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law Professor Teneille Brown appeared on the “Top of Mind” radio show to discuss issues related to patient consent in the wake of the recent arrest of a nurse at University Hospital. Listen to the interview here. 

Brown to speak on military enhancement and bioethics at Leonardo event

University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law Professor Teneille Brown will be speaking at The Leonardo on Friday, Mar. 3 in a conversation about military and biomedical innovation. See the event website here »

2017 Law and Biomedicine Colloquium – Teneille Brown

3:05 – 5:05 p.m., S.J. Quinney College of Law, Room 4609 The Law and Biomedicine Colloquium brings together scholars, practitioners in our community, law students, and law faculty for seminar-style discussion of complex and controversial topics in the field. We are excited to be welcoming four distinguished scholars from other law schools in the region, as […]

Brown comments on release of presidential candidates’ health records

In the September 14, 2016 issue of the Deseret News, S.J. Quinny College of Law Professor Tensile Brown discussed the history of presidential candidates releasing their health information in a story titled, “Poll: Utahns want to know more about presidential candidates’ health.” “There’s really a rich history of presidents not disclosing everything about their health. […]

Brown submits comment on CMS proposed rule-making

Professor Teneille Brown submitted a comment on CMS proposed rule-making related to Medicare reimbursement for Part B drugs. Center for Law and Biomedical Sciences fellows Kendra Brown (Class of 2017) and Anikka Hoidal (Class of 2017) provided valuable research assistance. Professor Brown’s comment relates to her research in Denying Death, published recently by the Arizona Law Review. […]

Brown Presents to National Association of Women Judges

On Friday, October 9, 2015, Professor Teneille Brown presented on current issues in neuroimaging evidence at the National Association of Women Judges 2015 Annual Conference. In her talk, she discussed recent neuroscience findings that use biomarkers to predict the rearrest of violent criminals, and describe a few different neuroimaging technologies and how they are being […]

Turing Backs Down in the Face of Social Media Pressure, Not Law

By Teneille Brown for BiolawToday.org. Teneille Brown is a professor of law and adjunct professor of Internal Medicine at the University of Utah.  Social media feeds were ablaze last week when it was revealed that Turing Pharmaceuticals raised the price of a life-saving toxoplasmosis drug, Daraprim, from $13.50 per tablet to $750 per tablet. Twitter […]

Brown to Speak at Harvard Conference on Law, Religion and Health Care

On May 8, 2015, Teneille Brown, Professor of Law at the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law, will speak about one of her papers at Harvard Law School as part of the Petrie-Flom conference on Law, Religion and Health Care in America. Brown’s talk is based on her new paper, “Accommodating Miracles,” the abstract […]

Brown Discusses Measles Outbreak and Vaccination Rules

Professor Teneille Brown discussed the recent measles outbreak with KSL TV on February 4, 2015. Referencing vaccination rules and the potential for legal action, Brown said, “It’s a private suit, so there are no criminal sanctions. So nobody’s going to jail. But it would be a judge who would decide that you had a duty to […]

Brown to Present at Stanford, Seattle U

On October 13, Teneille Brown presented her recent work as part of a junior faculty exchange at Seattle University. On November 4, she will give a talk at Stanford Law School’s Center for Law and Biomedical Science workshop hosted by Hank Greely.  The paper she is presenting is titled “Cancer Exceptionalism at the End of […]