Sabrina Germain is a member of the Chaire de Recherche du Canada sur la culture collaborative en droit et politiques de la santé and member of the NHS HRA London Research Ethics Committee. She is also an Associate Professor (Lecturer) in the Law School at City, University of London, where she convenes a course on Medical Law and Bioethics. Prior to City, Dr Germain was a lecturer in Law and Public Policy at the University of Surrey and held visiting scholarships at the University of Cambridge, University of Cape Town and Brooklyn Law School.
Her research interests span the many connections between health care law and public policy. More particularly, Dr. Germain is interested in the interaction between the public and private sector and the influence of private entities on the law-making process. Her monograph “Justice and Profit in Health Care Law” (Hart Publishing, forthcoming 2019) is a comparative study that puts forward the influence of justice principles and for-profit actors (the medical profession, employers and insurers) on the development of laws to allocate health care resources in western welfare states.
Dr Germain holds a PhD and LLM from Cornell Law School, a master in economic law from Sciences Po Paris, and a BA from McGill University. She is also admitted to the practice of law in the State of New York.
This content has been updated on 16 November 2018 at 19 h 34 min.