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Leo Beletsky, JD, MPH
Leo Beletsky is an Associate Professor of Law and Health Sciences at Northeastern University, and an Adjunct faculty member at UCSD School of Medicine. His expertise is on the interface of law and public health, with focus on the role of policy and other structural drivers of the opioid crisis.