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Loretta Stein 

Andrew Markus Visiting Scholar, November – December 2022

Dr. Loretta L. Stein is a Commander in the United States Navy and board-certified ophthalmologist. She currently serves as the Chief of Surgery at US Naval Hospital Naples, Italy. She received a Master’s of Science in Global Health Science from the University of Oxford (2007) and her Medical Degree from Tufts University School of Medicine (2011). She holds academic appointments as a Clinical Associate Professor of Surgery at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences and Adjunct Professor at the Defense Medical Readiness Training Institute.

Her interest in medical ethics focuses on the strategic, operational, and tactical challenges of military global health engagement in practice.

She will be delivering the Andrew Markus Scholar Lecture on 1 December at Green Templeton College entitled: Is it ethical to use global health as an instrument for national security strategy objectives? Visit Green Templeton College for details and registration.

Loretta Stein