Symposium Agenda – Right to Try Laws: The Benefits and Burdens

The 2019 Fall Symposium is right around the corner; check out our schedule of speakers and learn more about their backgrounds below.

November 1, 2019

9:15-9:45am—Breakfast and Registration

9:45-9:50am—Welcome by Dean Jane Aiken, Assoc. Dean Jonathan Cardi, Chris Coughlin & Melissa Temple Malone

9:50am-10:20am—Setting the Stage: Fifty Years of End-of-Life Care Debates

by Dr. John Moskop, Wake Forest University School of Medicine

Moderator:  Dr. Pat Lord, Wake Forest University, Department of Biology

10:25-10:55am—Keynote: Informed Consent in Right to Try:  A Dubious Assumption by Professor Rebecca Dresser, Daniel Noyes Kirby Professor Law Emeritus, Washington University in Saint Louis School of Law

Moderator:  Prof. Mark Hall, Director of the Wake Forest Health Law and Policy Program, Fred D. & Elizabeth L. Turnage Professor of Law

11:00-11:45am—Panel Discussion: Right to Try Issues in Pediatric Medicine and GeneticsDr. Ana Iltis, Professor, Carlson Professor of University Studies, Philosophy; Director, Center for Bioethics, Health and Society, Dr. Michael Kappelman ; Dr. Sumy Joseph

Moderator:  Wake Forest 2L, Madison Alligood, Wake Forest Journal of Law & Policy

11:50-12:25pm—Performable Case Study and Discussion on Pediatrics, Genetics, and the Right to Try by Prof. Richard Robeson, Wake Forest University, Communication and Center for Bioethics, Health & Society; and various members of the Wake Forest School of Law Journal of Law and Policy

Moderator:  Prof. Steve Friedland, Elon University School of Law

12:30-1:30pm—Lunch

1:30-2:05 pm— Perspectives on the Role of the Patient Advocate in FDA Regulation by Prof. Jordan Paradise, Georgia Reithal Professor of Law, Loyola University of Chicago School of Law

Moderator:  Prof. Bethany Corbin, Director of the Wake Forest Master of the Study in Law Program, LLM Health Law, Loyola University of Chicago School of Law

2:10-2:40—Payment Models for Access to Unapproved Drugs by Prof. Christopher Robertson, Associate Dean for Research and Innovation, University of Arizona, James E. Rogers College of Law

Moderator:  Professor Simone Rose, Associate Dean for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Wake Forest University School of Law

2:45-3:25 pm—Panel Discussion: The Terms of Trying by Professor Nancy M. P. King, JD. Professor, Department of Social Sciences & Health Policy and Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine, Wake Forest School of Medicine; Co-Director, Center for Bioethics, Health, & Society and Graduate Program in Bioethics, Wake Forest University, & William Zoffer, JD, industry consultant, former Senior Vice President, U.S. Pharmaceuticals Legal Operations, GlaxoSmithKline and U.S. Department of Justice

Moderator: Suzanne F. Cook, Ph.D, Principal, Epidemiology Associates, LLC 

3:30-4:00—The Right to Try Debate by Wake Forest University Debate Team—consistently ranked one of the top debate teams in the country, the students will be performing a debate that will bring out many of the different arguments relevant to the Right to Try debate.  

4:00 pm—Closing by Prof. Chris Coughlin & Melissa Temple Malone

All registrants will receive a link to the footage from the event whether or not they are able to attend; register now!

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