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Welcome to PSR's Environmental Health Policy Institute, where we ask questions -- then we ask the experts to answer them. Join us as physicians, health professionals, and environmental health experts share their ideas, inspiration, and analysis about toxic chemicals and environmental health policy.

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Adam Law, MD

A specialist in endocrinology and diabetes, practicing in Ithaca, Dr. Law, a Fellow of the U.K.’s Royal College of Physicians, is also Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine at Weill Cornell Medical College. He trained in medicine at The Middlesex Hospital Medical School at the University of London, distinguishing himself by winning all eight major clinical prizes offered by the school, including a gold medal in surgery. After gaining membership in the Royal College of Physicians he turned his attention to medical science, and received a masters degree in biochemistry with distinction and a doctorate from the University of London. He has held post-doctoral fellowships at the University of California, San Francisco and Cornell University. He has published 13 research papers in clinical medicine and basic molecular biology. He has been in clinical practice in Ithaca, NY since 2004.  In January 2007, he took a two-year appointment as Chair of the Department of Medicine at Ithaca’s Cayuga Medical Center, and was President of the Medical Staff in 2009. In addition to several committee roles at the Medical Center, Dr. Law has served on the Recombinant DNA Advisory Committee at Cornell University from 1995 to 2000, and has been on the University’s Health Careers Program Advisory Board since 1996. Since 2009 he has been the Cayuga Medical Center medical staff program coordinator for the active affiliation with Weill Cornell Medical College.

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Public Health Concerns of Shale Gas Development, June 18, 2012