Professor Scott L. Greer has shared his expertise on public health and public policy with several national news outlets in recent weeks regarding the spread of COVID-19 and the response of governments on both sides of the Atlantic. His analysis has focused on the preparation and impact in the EU, national and state roles in the US response, and the vulnerability of social systems in the US. Links to Greer's articles and interviews are below:

Scott L. Greer is professor of health management and policy, global public health, and political science (by courtesy) at the University of Michigan and is also senior expert advisor on health governance for the European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies. He researches the politics of health policies, with a special focus on the politics and policies of the European Union and the impact of federalism on health care. Before coming to Michigan, he taught at University College London. He has published over fifty book chapters and articles in journals. His most recent books include European Union Public Health Policies (2013), Civil Society and Health (2017), Federalism and Social Policy (2018), and The European Union after Brexit (2020).