At St. John’s University, our experts range from faculty in
specific areas of concentration to senior administration and
academic authorities. This section will highlight a specific
expert(s) and list contact information for media purposes. This
week’s expert analysts are:
Judith Beizer, Pharm.D.
Dr. Beizer is a certified geriatric pharmacist. Her research
interests include Geriatric Pharmacotherapy and Medication
Adherence in the Elderly. Beizer was elected Vice President of the
American Society of Consultant Pharmacists, based on her longtime
advocacy for the health-care rights of senior citizens and patients
with chronic illnesses.
Elizabeth Brondolo, Ph.D., St. John's
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Elizabeth Brondolo, Ph.D. directs a laboratory conducting field
research on the relationships between social stress and
health. In her current research, Dr. Brondolo is
investigating the ways in which racism and race-related
interpersonal conflict affects mood and health. In her clinical
work, Dr. Brondolo specializes in the treatment of bipolar spectrum
disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and post-traumatic stress
Professor Heith is a specialist in American institutions and public
opinion, specifically related to elections and the Presidency. She
is the author of a book, Polling to Govern: Public Opinion and
Presidential Leadership, and the co-editor with Lori Cox Han of a
book on President George W. Bush and public opinion entitled, In
the Public Domain: Presidents and the Challenge of Public
John Q. Barrett
Professor Barrett is currently writing a biography on the late U.S.
Supreme Court Justice Robert H. Jackson. He was a principal
speaker at numerous conferences commemorating the 60th anniversary
of the Nuremberg Trial and speaks regularly on Justice Jackson,
Nuremberg, the Supreme Court, That Man, FDR, and other legal and
historical topics in public venues.
Rev. Jean-Pierre Ruiz, S.T.D.
Rev. Jean-Pierre Ruiz’s research interests are in the areas of
Biblical Studies, Hermeneutics and Hispanic/Latino Theology. He has
hosted and co-hosted a number of radio and television programs and
is Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Hispanic/Latino Theology and
Associate Editor of the Catholic Biblical Quarterly.
Leonard M. Baynes, School of
Baynes is Professor of Law and the inaugural Director of The Ronald
H. Brown Center for Civil Rights and Economic Development at St.
John's University School of Law. He is a nationally
recognized communications law scholar, specializing in race and
Rosemary C. Salomone, School of
Professor Rosemary C. Salomone teaches constitutional,
administrative, and local government law and a seminar on children
and the law at St. John’s University. Her recent research has
been focused on single-sex schooling and she specializes in
education and gender law.
David L. Gregory, Dorothy Day Professor of
Law, School of Law
Gregory serves as a media commentator
on labor, employment, and constitutional law issues.
Anthony Sabino, J.D., Associate Professor,
Department of Law, The Peter J. Tobin College of Business
Sabino has a national reputation as an authority on
antitrust law, securities regulation and litigation, bankruptcy,
arbitration and mediation.
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