Kimberly Chernoby, MD, JD, MA
Kimberly Chernoby, MD, JD, MA
Policy Section Founder

Kimi is a Chief Resident in Emergency Medicine at Indiana University, and a licensed attorney. She holds degrees in political science and bioethics. She was the first graduate of the MD/JD program at the University of Florida. In her spare time she works on state advocacy, and has helped author several pieces of legislation that have gone on to become law. Notably she helped minors in Indiana obtain the right to consent to their own medical care. Her advocacy work has won her several awards including EMRA 45 Under 45 Influencers in Emergency Medicine, and Woman Leader of the Year at the University of Florida.


College testing no match for college partying
Tests results are taking too long. Six states tired of waiting band together
Health justice demands global supply of remdesivir
Health care workers in the community
Travel restrictions put in reverse
Federalism and masking
More relief legislation anticipated
Making sure poor countries can get a SARS-coV-2 vaccine
Covid-19 strikes Minnesota National Guard
Opening gone awry
Illinois legislators eject colleague for refusing to wear a mask
Trump attacks Michigan over mail voting
CDC guidance finally issued
Federal judge weighs in on voting by mail
Tensions over pandemic response surfacing
Pandemic exacerbates partisan divide
Rapid SARS-CoV-2 test used by White House may miss half of cases
Wisconsin court decision leads to packed bars 
Relief showdown
More money, coming your way
Generic remdesivir will help with costs, but not in the United States
Reopening society, but at whose risk?
White House and CDC clash over reopening guidance
Stay at home orders in legal jeopardy
Data suggests premature opening
FDA to address sketchy antibody tests
Tribal tribulations continue
Have your cake and eat it too
Remdesivir poised to obtain emergency use authorization despite mixed data
Trump says meat processing plants must stay open
Boston University School of Medicine Becomes First School Outside New York to Offer Students Early Graduation (exclusive)
Hoarding Hydroxychloroquine
Share the Wealth, SARS-CoV-2 antibodies that is
Cash relief, coming to a pocket near you
Tele-MSE, coming to an emergency department near you?
On the brink of wartime powers
New York bolsters its workforce at any cost
How much PPE is too much PPE?
Coronavirus stimulus in jeopardy
Collective bargaining
Off target
Liberating the vent
Physicians call on President Trump to use Defense Production Act powers
Uniform medical licensing. Is it here?
Elective—what's in a name?