Ana Santos Rutschman, S.J.D.
Center for Health Law Studies
Center for International and Comparative Law
FDA Law and Policy, Emerging Health Technologies: Innovation Law & Policy, Property
- Food and Drug Law
- Health Law
- Intellectual Property
Publications and Media Placements
Rutschman has published and presented widely on topics related to emerging biotechnologies,
biobanking, artificial intelligence, and e-health.
Her writing has appeared in the UCLA Law Review, Duke Law and Technology Review, Yale Law Journal Forum and Miami Business Law Review, among others. Her commentary pieces have been published by The Huffington Post and The Conversation and reprinted in Scientific American, Newsweek Japan and newspapers around the U.S., including the Chicago Tribune and San Francisco Chronicle.
Honors and Awards
Professional Organizations and Associations
In 2015-16, Rutschman consulted for the World Health Organization on the development
of the Ebola and Zika vaccines.
Community Work and Service
Rutschman joined the SLU LAW faculty in 2018. She teaches and writes in the areas of health law, intellectual property, innovation in the life sciences, and law and technology.