Ilise Feitshans is a bi-lingual jurisprude who believes that: Nanotechnology’s revolution for the world’s economy can also provide the catalyst for revolutionizing public health—a once in a lifetime opportunity to retool industry, rethinking the role of key stakeholders for shaping public health policy and health care delivery.
Ilise has a Masters of Science in Public Health from the Johns Hopkins University, Member of the Bar of the Supreme Court of the United States and is a Former Member of the Faculty,/ Acting Director, Legislative Drafting Research Fund, Columbia University School of Law in the City of New York. She currently serves as a Visiting Scientist, University of Lausanne Institute for Work and Health, Lausanne Switzerland Ilise is a Doctoral Candidate in International Relations “Forecasting Nano Law : Risk Management Protecting Public Health Under International Law” at the Geneva School of Diplomacy, Geneva Switzerland. Ilise will serve as Co-Instructor via webcast at the continuing education course concerning nanotechnology for the 5th international nanotechnology conference Boston 2011.
Ilise is the Author, DESIGNING AN EFFECTIVE OSHA COMPLIANCE PROGRAM (Westlaw) and Bringing Health to Work (Emalyn Press), Her multimedia skills include serving as executive producer for videos “Lessons Learned: Centuries of Occupational Health Laws” (1998) and “OSHA 35 Still Alive! (2006) and “IS THERE Global Gender apartheid?” (2010) Digital 2000 productions in Stafford Texas.