Professor of Law, University of Oklahoma College of Law
Professor Stacey Tovino joined the faculty at The University of Oklahoma College of Law in 2020. She is a leading expert in health law, bioethics, and the medical humanities and has particular expertise in the civil, regulatory, operational, and financial aspects of health law. Professor Tovino’s current research focuses on patient privacy and health information confidentiality, COVID-19 and the law, mental health law, and health technology and the law.
An elected member of the American Law Institute and an invited fellow of the American Bar Foundation, Professor Tovino is formally trained in both law and the medical humanities. She publishes her interdisciplinary research in textbooks, casebooks, encyclopedias, law reviews, medical and science journals, and ethics and humanities journals.
Professor Tovino is a frequent speaker on the local, national, and international level. She has been invited to guest lecture and present papers on a range of health law, bioethics, and medical humanities topics at schools of law, medicine, nursing, public health, pharmacy, life sciences, health sciences, and public policy, as well as undergraduate and graduate departments of neuroscience, biology, psychology, sociology, philosophy, and humanities around the world.