Alycia Hogenmiller is a 2L evening student at American University Washington College of Law and the Managing Editor of the Health Law and Policy Brief. She is also a junior staffer of the Administrative Law Review.
During the day, Ms. Hogenmiller is a litigation law clerk at the Employment Law Group (TELG). Before joining TELG, she was the project manager of PharmedOut, a Georgetown University Medical Center project that studies how pharmaceutical marketing influences therapeutic choices. At PharmedOut, she co-authored three papers: “Influence of pharmaceutical marketing on Medicare prescriptions in the District of Columbia,” “CME Stands for Commercial Medical Education: and ACCME Still Won’t Address the Issue,” and “Treatment of Men for ‘Low Testosterone’: A Systematic Review.” She also edited PharmedOut’s monthly newsletter. She has testified at the Food and Drug Administration regarding pharmaceutical and medical device companies communications on unapproved uses of approved products. She has co-authored four reports for the DC Department of Health examining the impact of pharmaceutical marketing in Washington, DC. Ms. Hogenmiller graduated from the College of William and Mary with a Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience.
You can access an archive of her blog posts here.