Aliza Y. Glasner, J.D., is an Associate at the O’Neill Institutefor National and Global Health Law.Her area of expertise is in food and drug law. Aliza’s research at O’Neill has focused on the role of voluntary data sharing in stimulating development and innovation of medical products, tobacco control, and preventing antimicrobial resistance. Aliza's work also focuses on domestic healthcare law and the Affordable Care Act.
Before joining Georgetown, she was the Manager of Product Development at the Food and Drug Law Institute in Washington, DC. There, she worked in collaboration with industry and government experts to develop programs and publications addressing legal, policy and regulatory issues in the food and drug sector. Aliza previously practiced law at Cadwalader, Wickersham and Taft in New York.
Aliza holds a law degree from Fordham University and a B.A. in International Affairs from the George Washington University.
Kim, Susan C, Jason S Roffenbender, Paula Avila-Guillen, Ana Ayala, Tanya Baytor, Aliza Glasner, Zachary Turk, and John D Kraemer. Global Health, Big Data, and Country Ownership – An Opportunity, in BIG DATA, BIG CHALLENGES IN EVIDENCE-BASED POLICY MAKING.: West Academic Publishing, 2015.
Glasner, Aliza Y., Erin E. Wilhelm, Lawrence O. Gostin, and Ira Shoulson. "Facilitating Medical Product Development Through Voluntary Data Sharing: A Look At The Legal Issues." Georgetown University Center of Excellence in Regulatory Science and Innovation (CERSI) (2014).