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Christopher Morten

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Christopher Morten
Morten testifying before Senate Health Committee
Born (1983-07-31) July 31, 1983 (age 40)
Ridgewood, New Jersey, U.S.
🎓 Alma materColumbia University
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
New York University School of Law
💼 Occupation
Law professor, legal advisor, author, activist
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Christopher J. Morten is an American legal scholar, author, activist, and associate clinical professor at Columbia Law School, where he is the founding director of The Science, Health, and Information Clinic (SHIC).[1]. Morten testified in front of The Senate Health Committee pertaining the NIH-Moderna COVID-19 vaccine and Moderna's plan to quadruple prices, defending National Institutes of Health (NIH) prerequisite involvement and necessary investment in vaccine development to accomplish Operation Warp Speed [2].


Morten received his B.A. in chemistry, summa cum laude, from Columbia University; Ph.D. in organic chemistry from Massachusetts Institute of Technology; and J.D., magna cum laude and Order of the Coif from New York University.


Morten continues to challenge Moderna's (along with other co-developed NIH pharmacueticals) claim to complete ownership of their NIH-Moderna COVID-19 vaccine[3] citing global vaccine equity [4] and runaway pharmaceutical prices for both domestic and global markets [5]

Personal Life[edit]

Morten is gay, and an advocate for LGBTQ+ rights.


  1. "SHIC".
  2. "US Senate Health Committee".
  3. "NYT Moderna and U.S. at Odds Over Vaccine Patent Rights".
  4. "NYT Rich Countries Signed Away a Chance to Vaccinate the World".
  5. "Moderna's COVID Vaccine Price Hike Reveals Government's Failure".

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