Professor Stacey A. Tovino is a leading expert in health law, bioethics, and the medical humanities. She has particular expertise in the regulatory, operational, and financial aspects of health law, and she frequently explores issues that lie at the intersection of health law and information law, including those involving the HIPAA Privacy Rule, the EU GDPR, and state privacy, security, and breach notification laws. Educated as both an attorney and a medical humanist, Professor Tovino publishes her interdisciplinary work in textbooks, casebooks, edited readers, law reviews, medical and science journals, and ethics and humanities journals. Recent law review publications include articles in the Iowa Law Review (forthcoming 2019), Alabama Law Review (2018), Washington and Lee Law Review (2017), Minnesota Law Review (2016), Boston College Law Review (2016), Washington Law Review (2016), Washington and Lee Law Review (2015), and Tulane Law Review (2014). Professor Tovino founded the UNLV Health Law Program and served as its director from 2013 to 2018.