Eli Y. Adashi Professor of Medical Science

Honorary Degress/Membership


  • Doctor Honoris Causa (Poznan University of Medical Sciences, Poznan, Poland)
  • Honorary Professorship (Shandong University, Jinan, China) 
  • MA (Brown University) ad eundem
  • FRCOG (Fellow of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists) ad eundem
  •  President d’Honneur à titre Etranger (The Societé Francaise de Gynécologie, France)   


The former Dean of Medicine and Biological Sciences at Brown University (during its 2007 renaming in honor of Mr. Warren Alpert), Dr. Adashi is an academic physician-executive. Harvard-educated in Health Care Management (MS, 2005), Dr. Adashi is a member of the National Academy of Medicine (NAM) of the National Academy of Sciences, the Association of American Physicians (AAP), and the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). 

    Dr. Adashi received his medical degree in 1973 from the Sackler School of Medicine, completed residency training in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Tufts University (1974-77), and pursued fellowship training in the subspecialty of Reproductive Endocrinology and postdoctoral training in reproductive biology at Johns Hopkins University and at the University of California at San Diego, respectively (1977-81). Faculty positions were held at the University of Maryland (1981-1996), the University of Utah (1996-2004), and Brown University (2004-present). Prior to joining Brown University, Dr. Adashi was the John A. Dixon Endowed Presidential Professor and Chair of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Utah Health Sciences Center (1996-2004) and the founder and leader of the Ovarian Cancer Program of the Huntsman Cancer Research Institute (1999-2004).

    Dr. Adashi has been the recipient of continuous National Institute of Health (NIH) funding from 1985 to 2005 inclusive of a Research Career Development Award. Mentor to over 50 postdoctoral trainees, and the author or co-author of over 350 peer-reviewed publications, Dr. Adashi contributed over 120 book chapters/reviews, and co-edited or edited 15 books in the general area of reproductive medicine with special emphasis on ovarian biology. Dr. Adashi 's work has also seen press with the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Boston Globe, the Huffington Post and several other media venues.

  NIH service included but was not limited to membership with the National Council of the National Institute of Child health and Human Development (NICHD)(1997-2001), the Reproductive Endocrinology Study Section (1988-1992), and the Selection Committee of the Reproductive Scientist Development Program (RSDP)(1988-2005). Dr. Adashi is the former Editor-In-Chief of Seminars in Reproductive Medicine and the former Associate Editor of Endocrinology, Journal of the Society for Gynecologic Investigation, Reproductive Medicine Review, Seminars in Reproductive Endocrinology, Reproductive Medicine Review, and Reviews in Endocrine and Metabolic Disorders.

     A fromer Franklin fellow and Senior Advisor on Global Women's Health to the Secretary of State Office of Global Women's Issues (1st term of the Obama Administration), Dr. Adashi is the chair of the Medical Executive Committee and the Medical Advisory Council of the Jones Foundation for Reproductive Medicine, a member of the Advisory Council of The Hastings Center, and a member of the Board of Governors of Tel Aviv University. Dr. Adashi is a former member of the Board of Directors of Physicians for Human Rights,the Council on Foreign Relations, the Global Agenda Council on Population Growth of the World Economic Forum, and the Medicare Evidence Development & Coverage Advisory Committee (MEDCAC) of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). In addition, Dr. Adashi is a fromer advisor to the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA), the WHO, the World Bank, the Rockefeller Foundation, and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. A Fellow ad Eundem with the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (FRCOG) and a former Examiner and Director of the Division of Reproductive Endocrinology of the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology (ABOG), Dr. Adashi has served as President of the Society for Reproductive Endocrinologists (SRE), the Society for Gynecologic Investigation (SGI), and the American Gynecological and Obstetrical Society(AGOS).

     Elected to the IOM in 1999, Dr. Adashi has served as a member of the committees on Antiprogestins: Assessing the Science (1993), Understanding Premature Birth and Assuring Health Outcomes (2005-2006), Human Embryonic Stem Cell Research (2006-2009), and Women's Health Research (2008-2012). In addition, Dr. Adashi served as co-chair of the Committee on Reducing Childbirth Mortality in Indonesia (2012-2013). Finally, Dr. Adashi has served both as a reviewer and a review coordinator for multiple IOM reports. Dr. Adashi is also a former member of the Board on Health Sciences Policy 

      As a tenured Professor of Medical Science at Brown University, Dr. Adashi is a member of the Brown Center for Prisoner Health and Human Rights while maintaining multiple educational responsibilities inclusive of the co-directorship of the Healthcare in America course (a highly subscribed medical school elective) and the co-directorship of the Healthcare Policy Concentration (an elective for medical students with special interest in Healthcare Policy).   





Brown Affiliations

scholarly work

  1. Cohen IG, Daley GQ, Adashi EY  (2017). Disruptive Reproductive Technologies: The Prospect of In Vitro Gametogenesis. Science Transl Med 9 (372):1-3.
  2. Adashi EY, Cohen IG (2017) Mitochondrial Replacement Therapy: Unmade in the USA. JAMA 317(6):574-575.
  3. Adashi EY, Krishna GR, Gruppuso PA (2017). For-Profit Medical Schools: A Flexnerian Legacy Upended. JAMA 317(12):1209-1210.
  4. Adashi EY, Occhiogrosso RS (2017). The Hyde Amendment at 40 and reproductive rights in the United States. JAMA 317(15):1523-1524.
  5. Durfey SNM, George P, Adashi EY (2017). Permanent GME Funding for Teaching Health Centers. JAMA 317(22):2277-2278.
  6. Adashi EY, McCoy RC (2017).Technology versus biology: The limits of pre-implantation genetic screening. EMBO Reports 18(5):670-672.
  7. Adashi EY, Gleicher N (2017). Is a Blanket Elective Single Embryo Transfer Policy Defensible? Rambam Maimonides Med J 8(2)e0022:1-8.
  8. Adashi EY (2017). Conflict of Interest in Medicine: Plausible Deniability? Am J Bioeth 17(6):30-31.
  9. Ahmed AKH, Schnatz PF, Adashi EY (2017). Allopathic and Osteopathic Medicine Unify GME Accreditation: A Historic Convergence. Fam Med 49(5):374-377.
  10. Cui L, Adashi EY, Chen ZJ (2017). Author's reply re: Surrogacy: A Family-Building Option in Search of Legitimacy. Br J Obstet Gynaecol 124(7):1125.
  11. Gruppuso PA, Adashi EY (2017). Residency Placement Fever: A Process in Need of Reevaluation? Acad Med 2016 Nov 1. [Epub ahead of print].
  12. Adashi EY, Krishna GR, Gruppuso PA (2017). For-Profit Medical Education. JAMA (In Press).
  13. Spivak R, Cohen IG, Adashi EY (2017). Germ-Line Gene Editing and Congressional Reaction in Context: Learning from Almost 50 Years of Congressional Reactions to Biomedical Breakthroughs. J.L. & Health (In Press).
  14. Will JF, Cohen IG, Adashi EY. (2017). Personhood Seeking New Life with Republican Control. Ind L J (In Press).
  15. Kulkarni AD, Adashi EY, Jamieson DJ, Crawford SB, Sunderam S, Kissin DM (2017). Affordability of Fertility Treatments and Multiple Births in the United States. Paediatr Perinatal Epidemiol (Submitted).
  16. Adashi EY, Rajan RS, Cohen IG (2017). The Political Legacy of Mifepristone. Contraception (Submitted).
  17. Adashi EY, Cohen IG (2017). Human Germline Modification: The Melding of Genetics and Assisted Reproduction. Human Flourishing (Submitted).
  18. Adashi EY, Cohen IG (2017). Preventing Mitochondrial Disease: Emerging Embryo-Sparing Donor-Independent Alternatives. Sci Transl Med(Submitted).
  19. Adashi EY, Cohen IG (2017). Preventing Mitochondrial Disease: The (In)defensibility of a Moratorium. Nat Med (submitted).
  20. Adashi EY, Nama N (2017). The Septennial Congressional Quest to Repeal the ACA: A Study in Intransigence. Am J Clin Exp Obstet Gynecol (submitted). 
  21. Gruppuso PA, Adashi EY (2017). More Transparency Is Needed to Curb Rising Numbers of Residency Applications. Acad Med (Submitted). 
  22. Cohen IG, Hoffman S, Adashi EY (2017). Your Money or Your Patient’s Life? Ransomware and the American Health Care System. Ann Int Med (Submitted).
  23. Hey SP, Cohen IG, Adashi EY, Kesselheim AS (2017). Influence and Integrity at the FDA: An Ethical Framework. Science (Submitted).
  24. Spivak R, Cohen IG, Adashi EY (2017). Moratoria and Innovation in the Reproductive Sciences: Of Pretext, Permanence, Transparency, and Time-Limits. J Law Med Ethics (Submitted).
  25. Adashi EY, Cohen IG (2017). Ideology v. Beneficence. J Law Biosci (Submitted).
  26. Cohen IG, Adashi EY (2016).  The FDA is Prohibited from Going Germlime. Science 353(6289)545-6.  
  27. Adashi EY (2016). Cultural Influences Reflected in Divergent US vs UK Human Embryo Research Policies. JAMA 315(17):1822-3. 
  28. Cohen IG, Adashi EY (2016). Mitchochondrial Replacement Therapy: The IOM Report and Its Aftermath. Nature Rev Genet 17 (4):189-90.
  29. George P, Park YS, Ip J, Gruppuso PA, Adashi EY (2016). The Association Between Premedical Curricular and Admission Requirements and Medical School Performance and Residency Placement: A Study of Two Admission Routes. Acad Med 91(3):388-94.
  30. Adashi EY (2016). Seeing Double: A Nation of Twins from Sea to Shining Sea. Am J Obstet Gynecol 214(3):311-3.
  31. Adashi EY, Cohen IG (2016). Going Germline: Mitochondrial Replacement as a Guide to Genome Editing. Cell 164(5):832-5.
  32. Clodfelter RP, Adashi EY (2016). The Liberty to Die: California Enacts Physician Aid-in-Dying Law. JAMA 315(3):251-252.
  33. Azziz R, Adashi EY (2016). Stein and Leventhal: 80 Years On. Am J Obstet Gynecol 214 (2): 247-56.
  34. Adashi EY, Dean LA (2016). Access to Infertility Services in the United States: Framing the Challenges. Fertil Steril 105(5):1113-8.
  35. Cohen IG, Adashi EY (2016). Embryo Disposition Disputes: Controversies and Case Law. Hastings Cent Rep 46(4):13-9.
  36. Yerushalmi GM, Markman S, Yung Y, Maman E, Aviel-Ronen S, Orvieto R, Adashi EY, Hourvitz A (2016). The prostaglandin transporter (PGT): A novel indispensable mediator of ovulation. Sci Transl Med 2016 May 11;8(338):338ra68. doi: 10.1126/scitranslmed.aad2709.
  37. Cohen IG, Adashi EY (2016). Preventing Mitochondrial DNA Diseases: One Step Forward Two Steps Back. JAMA 316(3):273-4. 
  38. Cui L, Adashi EY, Chen ZJ (2016). Surrogacy: A Family-Building Option in Search of Legitimacy. Br J Obstet Gynaecol 123 Suppl 3:65-8​.
  39. Du N, Zhang H, Adashi EY (2016). Medical Education in China: Painting on a Large Canvass. Am J Clin Exp Obstet Gynecol 3(2):22-31.
  40. Cohen IG, Savulescu J, Adashi EY (2015). Trans-Atlantic Lessons in Regulation of Mitochondrial Replacement Therapy. Science 348(6231)178-80.
  41. Liu XM, Chan HC, Ding GL, Cai J, Song Y, Wang TT, Zhang D, Chen H, Yu MK, Wu YT, Qu F, Liu Y, Lu YC, Adashi EY, Sheng JZ, Huang HF (2015). FSH regulates fat accumulation and redistribution in aging through the Gαi/Ca2+ /CREB pathway. Aging Cell 14(3)409-20. 
  42. Adashi EY, Kocher RP (2015). Government Regulations on Physician Self-referral. JAMA 313(19):1977-1978.
  43. Santhakumar S, Adashi EY (2015). The Physician Payment Sunshine Act: Testing the Value of Transparency. JAMA 313(1):23-24.
  44. Adashi EY, Gao H, Cohen IG (2015). Hospital-Based Active Shooter Incidents: Sanctuary under Fire. JAMA 313(12):1209-1210.
  45. Adashi EY, Kocher RP (2015). Physician Self-Referral: Regulation by Exceptions. JAMA 313(5):457-458.
  46. McDonough JE, Adashi EY (2015). In Defense of the Employer Mandate: Hedging Against Uninsurance. JAMA 313(7):665-666
  47. Joseph AM, Adashi EY (2015). Health CO-OPs of the Affordable Care Act: Promise and Peril at the 5-Year Mark. JAMA 313 (14):1419-1420. 
  48. Rich JD, Adashi EY (2015). Ideological Anachronism Involving Needle and Syringe Exchange Programs: Lessons From the Indiana HIV Outbreak. JAMA 314(1):23-24.
  49. Adashi EY (2015). A Same-Sex Infertility Health Insurance Mandate in Maryland? JAMA 314(1):15.
  50. Rich JD, Adashi EY (2015). Public Health, Needle Exchange and the Indiana AIDS Epidemic. JAMA 314(19) 2085-2086.
  51. Adashi EY (2015). Global Women’s Health in the Balance. Semin Reprod Med 33(1):3-4.  
  52. Marrero SL, Adashi EY (2015). Non-Communicable Diseases. Semin Reprod Med 33(1):35-40.
  53. Williams ST, Doody KJ, Schattman GL, Adashi EY (2015). Public Reporting of Assisted Reproductive Technology Outcomes: Past, Present, and Future. Am J Obstet Gynecol 212(2):157-62.
  54. Adashi EY (2015). Money and Medicine: Indivisible and Irreconcilable. AMA J Ethics 17:780-6.
  55. Kissin DM, Boulet SL, Adashi EY (2015). eSET Should be the Standard of Care for ART Patients. Biennial Review of Infertility 4:177-189.
  56. Adashi EY (2015). Howard Wilbur Jones, Jr., MD: A Giant in Our Midst. Fertil Steril 104(3):531-2.
  57. Burnett HQ, Adashi EY (2015). The President’s Global Health Initiative: Are Women Being Served? Am J Clin Exp Obstet Gynecol 2(3):81-88
  58. Dean LA, Adashi EY (2015). Repealed and Replaced: SGR Gives Way to Value-Based Medicare Payment Reform. Am J Med 128(10)1052-3
  59. Adashi EY (2015). Fifty Years after Huxley: The Roadmap of Reproductive Medicine Revisited and Updated. Reprod Sci 22:1330-5.
  60. Adashi EY, Cohen IG (2015). Editing the Genome of the Human Germline: May Cool Heads Prevail. Am J Bioeth 15(12):40-2.
  61. Evron A., Blumenfeld Z, Adashi EY, Kol S (2015). The Role of Growth Factors in Ovarian Function and Development. The Global Library of Women's Medicine (ISSN: 1756-2228) 2015; DOI 10.3843/GLOWM.10288
  62. Kulkarni AD, Kissin, DM, Adashi EY (2014). Fertility Treatments and Multiple Births in the United States. New Engl J Med 370(11):1070-1071
  63. Adashi EY (2014). Transparency in Action: “The Imperfect Is Our Paradise.” JAMA 312(24):2607
  64. McDonough JE, Adashi EY (2014). Realizing the Promise of the Affordable Care Act: January 1, 2014 (2014). JAMA 311(6):569-570
  65. Cohen IG, Feigenbaum J, Adashi EY (2014). Reconsideration of the Lifetime Ban on Blood Donation by Men Who Have Sex with Men. JAMA 312(4):337-338
  66. Adashi EY (2014). A “Doc Fix” for the Ages: The Value Proposition of Tomorrow’s Medicare. JAMA Surgery 149(11)1101-1102
  67. Legro RS, Adashi EY (2014). Germline Stem Cell Therapy in Humans: Two are not Enough. Fertil Steril 101 (1)1-2 
  68. Rosenwaks Z, Adashi EY (2014). Fertility in the Face of Genetically Determined Steroidogenic Dysfunction. Fertil Steril 101(2)299-300
  69. O’Brien JA, Adashi EY (2014). Coming Out Ahead: The Cost Effectiveness of External Cephalic Version Using Spinal Anesthesia. Isr J Health Policy Res 3: (6):1-3
  70. Allen BD, Adashi EY, Jones HW (2014). On the Cost and Prevention of Iatrogenic Multiple Pregnancies. Reprod BioMed Online 29(3):281-285
  71. Kofman A, Adashi EY (2014). Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) for the Primary Prevention of HIV in at-Risk Women: Empowerment and Equity Revisited. AIDS Rev 16(3):134-143
  72. Adashi EY (2014) The Challenges and Promise of Reproductive Medicine in the 21st Century. Arch Perinatal Med 20(2):97-68
  73. Dignam B, Adashi EY (2014). Laboring in Chains: The Case against Perinatal Shackling of Women Behind Bars. Health and Human Rights Journal 16(2)13-23
  74. Adashi EY (2014). Iatrogenic Birth Plurality: The Challenge and Its Possible Solution. Harvard Health Policy Rev 14(1)9-10.
  75. Cohen IG, Adashi EY (2013). Made-to-Order Embryos for Sale: A Brave New World? New Engl J Med 368 (26): 2517-2519
  76. Kulkarni AD, Jamieson, DJ, Jones HW Jr, Kissin, DM, Gallo, MF, Macaluso, M, Adashi EY (2013). Fertility Treatments and Multiple Births in the United States. New Engl J Med 369(23):2218-25
  77. Kocher RP, Adashi EY (2013). Health Policy and the American Taxpayer Relief Act: Legislation by Extension. JAMA 309 (8):777-778
  78. Adashi EY, Jones HW (2013). Barrenness Vanquished: The Legacy of Lesley Brown. Hum Fertil 16 (2): 97-100
  79. Cohen IG, Sullivan L. Adashi EY (2013). Plan B: Access to Emergency Contraception in the Legal and Political Cross Hairs. Contraception 88 (4): 477-480
  80. Will JF, Adashi EY, Cohen IG (2013) When Potential Does Not Matter: What Developments in Cellular Biology Tell Us about the Concept of Legal Personhood. Am J Bioethics 13 (1): 38-40
  81. Liu JJ, Adashi EY (2013). Selective Coverage: State Mandates for Assisted Reproductive Technology and Reproductive Justice. Am J Clin Exp Obstet Gynecol 1 (1)53-61
  82. Chambers SK, Zheng W, Adashi EY, Hatch KD, Kong B, Plaxe S, Silver RM (2013). Launch of American Journal of Clinical and Experimental Obstetrics and Gynecology. Am J Clin Exp Obstet Gynecol 1 (1):i
  83. Adashi EY, Venkatesh KK, McDonough JE (2012). Health Care Policy under President Romney. New Engl J Med 367 (16): 1477-1479
  84. Cohen IG, Feigenbaum J, Adashi EY (2012). Sherley v. Sebelius and the Future of Stem Cell Research. JAMA 308 (20): 2087-2088
  85. Adashi EY, Lee E (2012). The President’s Global Health Initiative at Mid-Term: Progress in the Balance. JAMA 308 (19): 1977-1978
  86. Marrero SL, Bloom DE, Adashi EY (2012). Non-Communicable Diseases: A Global Health Crisis in a New World Order. JAMA 307 (19) 2037-2038
  87. McClamrock HD, Jones HW, Adashi EY (2012).  Ovarian Stimulation and Intrauterine Insemination at the Quarter Centennial: Implications for the Multiple Births Epidemic. Fertil Steril 97 (4) 802-809
  88. Adashi EY (2012). The Multiple Births Epidemic: The Growing Role of Ovarian Stimulation and Intrauterine Insemination. Arch Perinatal Med 18 (2) 67-69
  89. Rich JD, Clarke JG, Adashi EY (2012).  Obstetrical and Gynecological Training and Prisoners: Learning to Care for the Most Vulnerable Patients. J Grad Med Ed 4 (3): 387-388
  90. Pollak AN, Born CT, Kamal RN, Adashi EY (2012). Updates on Disaster Preparedness and Progress in Disaster Relief. J Am Acad Orthop Surge 20 Supl 1:S54-8
  91. Adashi EY, Cohen IG (2012). In the Wake of Guatemala: The Case for Voluntary Compensation and Remediation. Am J Public Health 102 (2) e4-e6
  92. Adashi EY, Cohen IG (2011) Human Embryonic Stem Cell Research Under Siege: Battle Won But Not The War. New Engl J Med 364 (22) e48(1-3)
  93. Adashi EY (2011). International Human Subject Research: Taking Stock in the Wake of the Guatemala Affair. Contemp Clin Trials 32 (5) 605-7
  94. Adashi EY, Wyden R (2011). Public Reporting of Clinical Outcomes of Assisted Reproductive Technology Programs: Implications for Other Medical and Surgical Procedures. JAMA 306 (10) 1135-1136
  95. Kastor JA, Adashi EY. (2011) Maryland’s Hospital Cost Review Commission at Forty: The Case for Independent Regulatory Control of Health Care Costs JAMA 306 (10) 1137-1138
  96. Kocher RP, Adashi EY (2011). Hospital Readmissions and the Affordable Care Act: Paying for Coordinated Quality Care. JAMA 306 (16) 1794-1795
  97. Adashi EY (2011). The Affordable Care Act: Facing Up To the Power of the Pen and the Purse. Am J Med 124 (3) 189-91
  98. Adashi EY (2011). Assisted Reproductive Technology Program Reporting. JAMA 306 (23) 2564-2565 
  99. Adashi EY, Gruppuso PA (2010). The Unsustainable Cost of Undergraduate Medical Education: An Overlooked Element of U.S. Health Care Reform. Acad Med 85(55)763-5
  100. Adashi EY, Geiger HJ and Fine MD (2010). Health Care Reform: Primary Care and the Ever Growing Import of the Community Health Center. N Engl J Med 362 (22) 2047-50
  101. Freidman EA, Adashi EY (2010). The Right to Health as the Unheralded Narrative of Health Care Reform. JAMA 304 (23) 2639-40
  102. Clarke JG, Adashi EY (2010). Perinatal Care in Incarcerated Patients: A 25-year-old Woman Pregnant in Jail. JAMA 305 (9) 923-9
  103. Adashi EY (2009). Global Maternal Mortality: An Unspeakable yet Avoidable Human Tragedy. Medscape J Med 11(1):22.
  104. Adashi EY, West DM (2008). Reproductive Freedom and the Next President. N Engl J Med 359 (18) 1867-9

The JAMA Forum


  1. Adashi EY, Cohen IG (2012). Reproductive Freedom and the 2012 Presidential Election. October 11, 2012.
  2. Adashi EY (2013). When the First Person with Quadriplegia Walks Again. April 10, 2013.
  3. Adashi EY (2013). Making the Most of the Medical Degree’s Versatility. June 19, 2013.
  4. Adashi EY (2013). California Dreamin’: The Story of Senate (Scope-of-Practice) Bill 491. September 25, 2013.
  5. Adashi EY (2013). Fixing Medicare’s Physician Payment Formula: Is the 16th Time the Charm? November 15, 2013.
  6. Adashi EY (2014). Beyond the “Doc Fix”: The Better Care, Lower Cost Act of 2014. February 12, 2014.
  7. Adashi EY (2014). On Medicine and Money. April 30, 2014.
  8. Adashi EY (2014). Women's Rights are Human Rights-Aren't They? July 17, 2014.
  9. Adashi EY (2014) Transparency in Action: “The Imperfect is Our Paradise.” October 8, 2014
  10. Adashi EY (2015)  Is the Patient CARE Act Heir Apparent to the Affordable Care Act? February 18, 2015
  11. Adashi EY (2015). A Same-Sex Infertility Health Insurance Mandate in Maryland? May 20, 2015. 
  12. Adashi EY (2015). Public Health v. Personal Liberty: Reflections on the California Vaccination Law. July 30, 2015.
  13.  Adashi EY Cohen IG (2015). Selective Regrets: The “Dickey Amendments” Twenty Years Later. November 5, 2015.
  14. Adashi EY (2016). Cultural Influences Reflected in Divergent US vs UK Human Embryo Research Policies. March 2, 2016.
  15. Adashi EY (2016). Contraceptive Equity as a Reproductive Right: Maryland in the Lead Yet Again. June 8, 2016.
  16. Adashi EY (2016). The Barrasso Amendment: Will CME Let the Sunshine In? September 7, 2016.
  17. Adashi EY, Gandhi C (2016). Reproductive Rights and the 2016 Presidential Election. November 4, 2016.
  18. Adashi EY, Cohen IG (2016). Mitochondrial Replacement Therapy: Unmade in the USA. December 21, 2016.
  19. Adashi EY (2017). Is the Right to Die Going the Way of the Right to Choose? March 29, 2017.

Op Eds

  1. In Annapolis, Lessons on 'Bending the CurveWashington Post, 10/02/09--- http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/10/01/AR2009100104206.html
  2. Birthright Citizenship Under Siege in the Promised Land and the Home of the BraveHuffington Post, 08/24/2010---http://www.huffingtonpost.com/eli-y-adashi/birthright-citizenship-un_b_690639.html
  3. A spark of good health news amid badBoston Globe, 08/30/10--- http://www.boston.com/bostonglobe/editorial_opinion/oped/articles/2010/08/30/a_spark_of_good_health_news_amid_bad/  
  4. The Incredible Inedible Egg: 500 Million Reasons for Senate ActionHuffington Post, 08/31/10--- http://www.huffingtonpost.com/eli-y-adashi/the-incredible-inedible-e_b_697936.html
  5. The Halting of Stem Cell Research Is the Culmination of a Decade-Long Legal EffortHuffington Post, 09/10/10---http://www.huffingtonpost.com/eli-y-adashi/the-halting-of-stem-cell-_b_711616.html
  6. New Blood-Donor Policy, Same Gay Stigma, The New York Times, 05/21/15-- http://www.nytimes.com/2015/05/21/opinion/new-blood-donor-policy-same-gay-stigma.html


Representative Medscape One on One Interviews


  1. Ashish Jha, MD, MPH, Harvard University-12/02/09
  2. JoAnn E. Manson, MD, DrPH and Milton C. Weinstein, PhD, Harvard University-04/15/10
  3. Regina M. Benjamin MD, MBA, Surgeon General, HHS-06/11/10 and 03/10/11
  4. Kathleen Sebelius, Secretary, HHS-09/20/10
  5. John Howard, MD, MPH, JD, Director, NIOSH-10/01/10
  6. Howard W. Jones, Jr. MD, Eastern Virginia Medical School-10/13/10
  7. Thomas R. Frieden MD, MPH, Director, CDC, HHS -11/05/10 and 07/15/11
  8. Margaret A. Hamburg, MD, Commissioner,  FDA, HHS -01/24/11
  9. Michael R. Taylor, JD, Deputy Commissioner, FDA, 02/10/11
  10. Thomas A. Daschle, Former Senate Majority Leader-02/14/11
  11. Todd Park, Chief Technology Officer, HHS-03/30/11
  12. Arthur L. Caplan, PhD, University of Pennsylvania-04/11/11
  13. Paul A. Offit, MD, University of Pennsylvanis-04/27/11
  14. Anthony S. Fauci, MD, Director, NIAID, NIH, HHS-05/23/11
  15. Donald M. Berwick, MD, MPP, Administrator, CMS, HHS-05/23/11
  16. Thomas A. Coburn, MD, US Senator (R-OK)-05/24/11
  17. Phil Gingrey, MD, US Representative (R-GA)-05/24/11
  18. Tea Collins, MD, PhD, MPH, MPP, Executive Director, NCD Alliance-10/06/11
  19. Douglas W. Bettcher, MD, PhD, MPH, MS, Director, Tobacco Free Initiative/WHO-10/10/11
  20. John E. McDonough, D.Ph., MPA, Harvard University-10/21/11
  21. Mary K. Wakefield, Ph.D., R.N., F.A.A.N, Administrator, HRSA-11/18/11
  22. Harold E. Varmus, MD, Director, National Cancer Institute-11/18/11
  23. Elliott S. Fisher, MD, MPH, Dartmouth Medical School-12/12/11
  24. John E. Wennberg, MD, MPH, Dartmouth Medical School-12/12/11
  25. Stuart H. Altman, PhD, Brandeis University-02/09/12
  26. Henry J. Aaron, PhD, The Brookings Institution-04/16/12
  27. Joseph Antos, PhD, The American Enterprise Institute-04/16/12
  28. Joseph V. Selby, MD, MPH, Executive Director, The Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI)-04/16/12
  29. Karen R. Bass, PA, US Representative (D-CA)-04/17/12
  30. Nan A. S. Hayworth, MD, US Representative (R-NY)-04/17/12
  31. Ron L. Wyden, US Senator (D-OR)-05/07/12
  32. Richard Blumenthal, US Senator (D-CT)-05/07/12
  33. Kathleen Sebelius, Secretary, HHS-10/18/12

Other Non-Peer-Reviewed Products

Dodson WC, Adashi EY. (2012). Perspectives: Dr. Eli Y. Adashi on clomiphene induction of ovulation. Obstet Gynecol. April 23, 2012. -http://journals.lww.com/greenjournal/blog/blOG/pages/post.aspx?PostID=60

Bloom D, Cafiero E, Adashi EY, Bloom LR, Candeias V, Gurfein L, Jane-Llopis E, Lubet AES, Mitgang E,  O’Brien J, C Saxena A. (2014).  Economics of Non-communicable Diseases in India: The costs and returns to investment in interventions to prevent, manage, and treat NCDs and promote healthy living. A report by the World Economic Forum and the Harvard School of Public Health.

Author Reading Podcast: Eli Y. Adashi, MD, MS, reads his Viewpoint, The Physician Payment Sunshine Act  http://jama.jamanetwork.com/article.aspx?articleid=2020549