Any project of this scope relies on many people for its success, and we are indebted to what grew into a small army of colleagues. At the University of Washington School of Law, Omar Contreras and Andrea Frey aided us in the early stages of this book’s development. Also at the UW School of Law, the indispensable Jaclyn Greenberg provided immense help with organization, communications, and tracking of chapter drafts. Graduate students at Johns Hopkins worked closely with us as well, and include Christian Morales, who provided editorial assistance and formatting of chapters, and Lelia Chaisson and Kristina Hallez, who helped to manage the flow of chapters from final manuscript through the copyediting process and into final publication.
We truly appreciate the 56 peer reviewers who volunteered their time to ensure excellence in the final product: Soji Adeyi, The World Bank Group; Gerald Anderson, Johns Hopkins University; Freida Behets, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; Sara Bennett, Johns Hopkins University; David Bishai, Johns Hopkins University; Richard Bonnie, University of Virginia; Kathleen M. Boozang, Seton Hall University; Richard Chaisson, Johns Hopkins University; Joanna Cohen, Johns Hopkins University; Steven Coughlin, Augusta University; Susan Davercamp, Ohio State University; Janet L. Dolgin, Ohio State University; Shauna Downs, Johns Hopkins University; Jonathan Ellen, Johns Hopkins University; Kevin Elliott, Michigan State University; Aaron Goldenberg, Case Western Reserve University; Ken Goodman, University of Miami; Leslie Meltzer Henry, University of Maryland and Johns Hopkins University; Dan Hicks, American Association for the Advancement of Science; Martha Hijar, Entornos Foundation; Michelle J. Hindin, The Population Council; Jessica Holzer, Hofstra University; Jeffrey Kahn, Johns Hopkins University; Nancy E. Kass, Johns Hopkins University; Maureen Kelley, Oxford University; Bartha Knoppers, McGill University; Michiel Korthals, Wageningen University; Carleigh Krubiner, Johns Hopkins University; Keren Ladin, Tufts University; Cheryl Cox Macpherson, St. Georges University; Anna Mastroianni, University of Washington; Sassy Molyneux, Oxford University and Kenya Medical Research Institute; Tanvi Nagpal, Johns Hopkins University; David Pena-Guzman, Johns Hopkins University; Govind Persad, University of Denver; Keshia Pollack, Johns Hopkins University; Stuart Rennie, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; Lainie Rutkow, Johns Hopkins University; Daniel Salmon, Johns Hopkins University; Harald Schmidt, University of Pennsylvania; Amy Sepinwall, University of Pennsylvania; Josh Sharfstein, Johns Hopkins University; Jeremy Shiffman, American University; Andrew Siegel, Johns Hopkins University; Colin Soskolne, University of Alberta; Devi Sridhar, University of Edinburgh; Kenneth Stoller, John Hopkins University; Jeff Swanson, Duke (p. viii) University; John Tasioulas, King’s College London; Holly Taylor, Johns Hopkins University; Alison Thompson, University of Toronto; Sean Valles, Michigan State University; Stephen Wilkinson, Lancaster University; Leslie Wolf, Georgia State University; Matthew Wynia, University of Colorado; Jonathan Zenilman, Johns Hopkins University.
To the 11 dedicated colleagues who performed above and beyond our expectations as section editors and the 103 colleagues from around the globe who contributed as authors—we are proud to have worked closely with you all. At Oxford University Press, thanks to Hannah Doyle for support in creating the final book, and Lucy Randall and Peter Ohlin for seeing the value of the work and having the long view in supporting a multi-year project. Your help and support were truly invaluable.