Office of General Counsel
Deputy General Counsel - Health Affairs & Technology Law
Rachel Nosowsky joined the Office of the General Counsel in 2010. She specializes in the area of research and clinical trials, with a focus on human research protections, FDA regulation, industry-academic relations and related fraud and abuse and conflict of interest matters, reimbursement, health privacy, biobanking, data repositories, compliance, and misconduct. Ms. Nosowsky provides UC medical centers and central campus units with regulatory analysis and advice, supports the University's response to government inspections and oversight initiatives, and reviews and assists in the negotiation of contracts and other legal documents.
Before joining the University, Ms. Nosowsky worked in private practice and as Assistant General Counsel at the University of Michigan. She previously served as Vice Chair of the American Health Lawyers Association's Teaching Hospitals and Academic Medical Centers Practice Group, and publishes and speaks nationally in the areas of human research and health privacy.
Ms. Nosowsky is a graduate of Carleton College (B.A., cum laude, 1988) and the University of California, Berkeley (Boalt Hall) (J.D., 1994).