Whether meeting the needs of our clients through full scale exercises that involve multiple stakeholders and the public, or appearing at professional conferences to share best practices, CHHS expertise can be found around Maryland and across the globe during these events.
Fri10Feb20173:30 pmUniversity of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law 500 W. Baltimore St. Baltimore, MD 21201
This Symposium will address dynamic policy and legal issues related to cybersecurity, surveillance, and consumer privacy. The event will consist of four panels featuring nineteen highly respected legal scholars and practitioners. Travis LeBlanc, Chief of Enforcement for the Federal Communications Commission, will deliver the keynote address.
CHHS Cybersecurity Program Manager Markus Rauschecker, J.D., will moderate the panel focusing on Surveillance and Law Enforcement. The speakers are:
- Andrew Ferguson, University of the District of Columbia David A. Clarke School of Law
- Rachel Levinson-Waldman, The Brennan Center for Justice
- Neil Richards, Washington University Law School
- Priscilla Regan, George Mason Antonin Scalia Law School
More more information or to register for this FREE event, click HERE
Wed15Feb201711:30 amUniversity of Maryland, Baltimore, SMC Campus, Elm Room 210B
As the Zika virus moves deeper into North America, different sectors of U.S. society are mobilizing to address the epidemic by preventing the spread of the virus, identifying patients, treating affected individuals, and working toward a vaccine. How Zika is addressed in the United States and our own community in Baltimore will be greatly informed by the experience of countries in South and Central American where the virus first emerged.
Come learn from faculty members at University of Maryland Baltimore who are using their expertise to develop and refine the legal, medical and regulatory tools needed to face a new epidemic and from the Costa Rican Ambassador to the United States who brings his perspective as both a government official in an affected country and a biotechnologist.
Dr. Roman Macaya, Ambassador of Costa Rica to the United States. Ambassador Macaya has a multidisciplinary background as a scientist, businessman, advocate, politician and academic and has led R&D teams in the fields of biotechnology and biomedical research.
Dr. Kathleen Neuzil, Director, Center for Vaccine Development at University of Maryland School of Medicine. CVD has been chosen as one of three study sites in a human safety trial of a new Zika vaccine.
Dr. Jon Mark Hirshon, Professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine and in the Department of Epidemiology and Public Health at the University of Maryland School of Medicine and co-author of “Zika Virus: Critical Information for Emergency Providers.”
Professor Michael Greenberger, Professor at Maryland Carey Law and Director of the University of Maryland Center for Health and Homeland Security (CHHS) who is working with governmental clients on Zika concerns.
Professor Leslie Meltzer Henry, Professor at Maryland Carey Law and co-investigator on Wellcome Trust-funded project to develop ethical and legal guidance for conducting research with pregnant women during public health emergencies including the Zika crisis.
Co-presented by Maryland Carey Law’s Law & Health Care Program and University of Maryland Baltimore Center for Global Education Initiatives. Registration not required. For more information, please contact Virginia Rowthorn at email@example.com.
More information here: http://www.law.umaryland.edu/calendar/?trumbaEmbed=view%3Devent%26eventid%3D121210823
Fri07Apr2017UMD Francis King Carey School of Law
CHHS Founder and Director Michael Greenberger will host a delegation from Brazil brought to Maryland through the World Trade Center Institute's Professional Exchanges Department and the International Visitor Leadership Program on behalf of the U.S. Department of State. The objective of the program is to connect international visitors with American professionals to share best practices in particular fields to increase mutual understanding.
Thu22Jun20175:00 pmUniversity of Maryland, Baltimore Francis King Carey School of Law 500 W. Baltimore Street Baltimore, MD 21201
Join CHHS Founder and Director Michael Greenberger, JD and other CHHS community members to celebrate the 15th anniversary of the Center for Health & Homeland Security. Advanced registration is required.
Reception: 5:00 - 7:00 p.m.
Anniversary Remarks 5:45
CLICK HERE to RSVP by June 10th.
On December 11, 2017 CHHS convened a workshop to discuss a forthcoming article by CHHS Senior Fellow David Delaney and leading behavioral scientist Dr. Paul Slovic. Conducted under the Chatham House Rule to promote openness and sharing, the workshop invited feedback from a group of legal scholars, psychology researchers, and attorneys who served in senior national security positions between 1993 and 2013.
The group tackled challenging issues that Delaney and Slovic raise in their article: the quality of U.S. strategic planning; challenges government official face when equally desirable security and humanitarian values are in conflict; the role of law and theory shaping policy choices; and opportunities for lawyers to help improve policy decisions. We invite you to review the discussion highlights below and become involved in related research, education, and public programs to improve democratic governance.