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Advisory Board
Pacific Center for Health Policy and Ethics

  • Scott Bice
    Robert C. Packard Professor of Law
    USC Law
    University of Southern California
  • David C. Blake
  • Marcia Burnam
    American Jewish Committee
  • Margaret Patterson Carr
    Former Chief of Protocol
    Los Angeles County
  • Ezra C. Davidson, Jr.
    Associate Dean, Primary Care Professor and Former Chair, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
    King/Drew Medical Center
    Charles R. Drew University of Medicine & Science
  • Allen W. Mathies, Jr.
    Former Dean of USC Keck School of Medicine
    Former CEO of Huntington Hospital
  • Don Harper Mills
    Medical Director
    Octagon Risk Services
  • Leon Morgenstern
    Director, Center for Health Care Ethics
    Emeritus Director of Surgery
    Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
  • David Rothman
    Judge of the Los Angeles Superior Court, Retired
  • Stephen Ryan
    Grace and Emery Beardsley Chair in Ophthalmology
    USC Keck School of Medicine
  • Father Stephen Ryan
    Director, Chaplaincy Services
    Queen of Angels-Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center
  • Ted Schreck
    Chief Executive Officer
    University Hospital
  • Carol Scott
  • Matthew L. Spitzer
    Dean, USC Law
  • Stephen Toulmin
    Henry R. Luce Professor
    College of Letters , Arts & Sciences and International Relations
    Department of Anthropology
  • Robert Tranquada
    Former Dean
    USC Keck School of Medicine
  • Arthur Ulene
  • Bruce Zawacki
    Associate Director for Education, Pacific Center
    Former Chief of the Burn Center, USC

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