Lynette Martins is a 2022 graduate of the LL.M. in National and Global Health Law program.

Her interests lie in the intersectionality of law, health policy, and ethics. In particular, she has an interest in social and behavioral interventions as they apply to health justice and equity. Most recently, Martins has been fascinated by health security in both the domestic and global context.

Prior to enrolling at Georgetown Law, Martins worked as a teaching assistant in the departments of political science and medical ethics and health policy at the University of Pennsylvania. She also worked as a research assistant in the department of business, economic, and public policy at the university’s Wharton School. Finally, Martins served as a public health research officer and a neuroepidemiology researcher at Public Hospitals Authority in Nassau, Bahamas.

Martins holds an M.S. in bioethics from the University of Pennsylvania, a postgraduate diploma in population health evidence from the University of Manchester, and a certificate in evidence-based medicine from Oxford University. Martins was also a Global Institute of Human Rights Scholar at the University of Pennsylvania.

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