Dr. Mindy Guo is an assistant professor in the Department of Family and Preventive Medicine at Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta. Her previous experience includes providing primary care for several FQHCs serving underserved and uninsured patients, including immigrant and refugee populations. Dr. Guo earned her medical and MPH degrees at Washington University in St. Louis, followed by a family medicine residency at St. Louis University. Dr. Guo is a strong advocate for universal health care, and has served on the board of Missouri Physicians for a National Health Program and the St. Louis Academy of Family Physicians.
Dr. Richard Bruno is a double-boarded family and preventive medicine physician, serving as the senior medical director for primary care at Central City Concern, a federally-qualified health center that focuses on health care for the homeless in Portland, Oregon. His main clinical focuses are on HIV, gender affirming care, obesity, and opioid use disorder, with involvement in community public health interventions and policies, including cooking classes for kids and legislation expanding access to medication for opioid use disorder.
Dr. Bruno is a longtime advocate for health care access, and has served on the board of the American Academy of Family Physicians, American College of Preventive Medicine, Physicians for a National Health Program, Doctors for America, Committee to Protect Medicare, American Association of Public Health Physicians, Physicians for Social Responsibility, Sugar Free Kids Maryland, Maryland Academy of Family Physicians, and the Oregon Prescription Drug Affordability Board.
Dr. Bruno earned his bachelor’s degree from Princeton University, medical degree from Oregon Health and Science University, and MPH from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. He completed his residency in family and preventive medicine MedStar Franklin Square and Johns Hopkins.
Dr. Jim Kahn is an emeritus professor at the Philip R. Lee Institute for Health Policy Studies at the University of California San Francisco. He is past president of the California chapter of Physicians for a National Health Program.
Dr. Kahn is an expert in policy modeling in health care, cost-effectiveness analysis, and evidence-based medicine. He has received over $10 million in NIH and other funding for health economics research, and published more than 225 articles, reports, and book chapters. Dr. Kahn led a team that published a 2020 review in PLoS Medicine of economic studies of single payer health care. Dr. Kahn served on a National Academies of Science/Institute of Medicine committee on the public financing and delivery of HIV care.
Dr. Kahn received his medical degree from Albert Einstein College of Medicine and his master’s degree from the University of California, Berkeley. He completed a residency in preventive medicine at UC Berkeley, an international health fellowship for the CDC and the Ministry of Health – Central African Republic, and a postdoctoral fellowship at the Institute for Health Policy Studies, UCSF.