Naomi Seiler TabsBio Professor Seiler came to GWSPH from Capitol Hill after nearly eight years as Counsel to Rep. Henry Waxman, who headed the U.S. House Committee on Energy and Commerce until January 2011. As Counsel, Ms. Seiler helped develop public health legislation, including the prevention and wellness provisions of the House health reform bill. Long interested in reproductive health and HIV, she also served as lead House staffer on the reauthorization of the Ryan White Care Act and staffed hearings and legislative markups on federal mental health and substance abuse programs, health disparities, and other public health topics. Prior to her work on the Hill, Professor Seiler was a Greenwall Fellow in Bioethics and Health Policy at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. While she was attending Yale Law School, Professor Seiler was a teaching assistant for undergraduate courses, including ?AIDS and Society? in the Department of Biology and ?Women's Health? in the Department of Women's Studies. She has also researched and analyzed laws and policies at the Gay Men's Health Crisis, the Center for Law and Social Policy and the United Nations Latin American Institute in Costa Rica. ExpertiseExpertise: HIV/AIDSReproductive HealthHealth PolicyEducation: Greenwall Fellowship in Bioethics and Health Policy, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School University of Public Health, 2002-2004 J.D., Yale Law School, 2002 BA, Harvard University, 1998 ResearchResearch: Professor Seiler's current research centers on implementation of the Affordable Care Act, with a focus on the intersection of health reform and public health.