Robert Stenzel joined Ropes & Gray’s health care practice group in 2022. Robert’s practice focuses on representing hospitals and healthcare organizations in contesting adverse agency actions and in disputes involving Medicare reimbursement rules and decisions. Robert also provides regulatory guidance to pharmaceutical developers and distributors. 

Robert also maintains a pro bono practice assisting lawful permanent residents applying for citizenship and providing guidance on changing government identification for transgender and non-binary individuals.

Prior to joining Ropes & Gray, Robert served as the senior articles editor on the Maryland Journal of Health Care Law and Policy. Robert has done research on stakeholder perceptions of microbiome testing and regulations, and state regulation of access to newborn screening data. Prior to law school, Robert earned his master of bioethics at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and Berman Institute of Bioethics. 

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