Sofia Gruskin is Director of the Program on Global Health & Human Rights and Professor of Preventive Medicine and Professor of Law at the University of Southern California. She is also Adjunct Professor of Global Health at the Harvard School of Public Health and joint coordinator of the Rights-Oriented Research and Education (RORE) Network in Sexual and Reproductive Health. Her work has been instrumental in the conceptual, methodological, and empirical development of the linkage between health and human rights, with a focus on HIV/AIDS, sexual and reproductive health, child and adolescent health, gender-based violence, and health systems. She has extensive experience in research, training, and programmatic work with nongovernmental, governmental, and intergovernmental organizations working in the fields of health and human rights around the world. Gruskin is currently an associate editor for The American Journal of Public Health, Global Public Health, and Reproductive Health Matters. In addition to having published articles in these journals, she has also contributed to the Journal of the International AIDS Societyand the Journal of Public Health Policy and is author or editor of multiple books, including Health and Human Rights in a Changing World, Perspectives on Health and Human Rights, and Health and Human Rights: A Reader. Gruskin earned a JD from Yeshiva University’s Benjamin N. Cardoza School of Law and an MIA from the Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs.