Saving lives is worth celebrating, CDC Reports Sharp Decline in Foodborne Illnesses

Foodborne illnesses are defined as the illnesses caused by pathogens that enter the human body where food is the carrier. They may be… more »

The Chasmic Shift in Disruptive Business Climates

The Chasmic Shift in Disruptive Business Climates for the medical products industry and issues of healthcare reform.

Talkback: Response to Article in Nature, A To-Do List for the New FDA Commissioner, by Susan Okie, M.D.

A Response to Article in Nature, A To-Do List for the New FDA Commissioner, by Susan Okie, M.D.

The Future of Convergent Technologies

(Report from BIOMEDevice 2009 Executive Forum) I took time off to finalize my doctoral thesis draft and research bleeding edge companies presenting at… more »

The medical device industry and the role of CDRH

The public trust manufacturers of medical products to develop and commercialize devices that are safe for humans. There are many types of medical… more »

Introduction to the Nanotechnology series…….

The series on nanotechnology will address many important and foundational questions posed in the entry and commercialization of novel particles employing novel technology… more »

Plan B – Feminism as Practice & Theory

On Tuesday, March 24, 2009 U.S. District Judge Edward R. Korman in New York instructed the agency to make Plan B available to… more »

The imbedded American notion….

There is an imbedded American notion that the government and the three branches are the protector, arbiter and architects of the public good.… more »

Reflections on law and legal foundations…..

Among the various schools and paradigms of thought, it is difficult to assess where we are, without first exploring the history and purpose… more »

The Policy Connection

In Foundations of the Law, Professor’s Bailey Kuklin and Jeffrey Stempel assert that “during its history, United States law has frequently resulted from… more »