Professor Frank Pasquale was recognized as one of the top ten most-cited authors in health law scholarship, according to an analysis conducted by two prominent health law experts. Professors Mark Hall of Wake Forest University School of Law and I. Glenn Cohen of Harvard Law School presented the results of their analysis in a post published on Harvard’s Petrie-Flom Center for Health Law Policy, Biotechnology and Bioethics blog. The authors found that Professor Pasquale's work was cited approximately 300 times between 2010 and 2014.
Pasquale has written across several subfields in health law, including health care finance and regulation, bioethics, and data protection. At present, Pasquale is working on several health law-focused research projects, including an article on reimbursement for medical robotics, an analysis of the interaction of privacy and human subject research regulations, and a study of health care expenditures based on the emerging methodology of law and macroeconomics.
The full ranking of Most-Cited Health Law Scholars can be found here.