Marilyn M. Singleton, M.D., J.D. – The COVID-19 Pandemic, A Unique View from the Left Coast: A Perspective from a Physician with a Law Degree!

Air Date: 11-13-2020|Episode 606

This week IAQradio+ looks to the left coast for a conservative’s perspective on the COVID19 pandemic and will interview Marilyn Singleton, MD, JD , a California physician who also holds a law degree.  Dr. Singleton will talk about the intersection of public health, medicine, law and public policy.

The response to a public health crisis can be improved with transparent fact-based communication from government agencies and experts in the field. That conversation should include a variety of opinions in establishing consensus for public policy that serves the need to protect public health while maintaining the civil liberties afforded under the constitution and jurisdictional law.

IAQradio+ prides itself in being the leading forum in providing a science-based approach from research  to practice with a focus on show content related to diagnosing and responding to IAQ issues and remediation protocols.  So please join Radio Joe, the Z-man and this week’s guest for a live interview exploring the  issues surrounding the pandemic from a unique California perspective!

Marilyn M. Singleton, M.D., J.D.

Dr. Singleton is a board-certified anesthesiologist. She is past president of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS). She graduated from Stanford and earned her MD at UCSF Medical School. Dr. Singleton completed 2 years of Surgery residency at UCSF, then her Anesthesia residency at Harvard’s Beth Israel Hospital.

While still working in the operating room, she attended UC Berkeley Law School, focusing on constitutional law and administrative law. She interned at the National Health Law Project and practiced insurance and health law. She teaches classes in the recognition of elder abuse and constitutional law for non-lawyers.

Marilyn comes from a long line of trailblazers.  Her grandfather graduated from Ohio State medical school in 1905.  He served the public in Lima, Ohio by taking care of the black population and was active in politics and his community.

Marilyn’s father who was from Virginia, was a flight surgeon at the Tuskegee Army-Air Corps base.  Her mother instilled the spirit of volunteerism – whether the Red Cross or the Urban League.  When Marilyn was in high school, her mother began her career as a social worker.

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