Nicholas Johnson

Nicholas Johnson is a professor at the Fordham University School of Law. His research is primarily focused on firearms law and the second amendment, and he is most recently the author of Negroes and the Gun: The Black Tradition of Arms (Prometheus, 2014).

He has been cited by a number of media organizations such the New York Times and has made several media appearances, including on BBC News and Wisconsin Public Radio.

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Professor of Law, Fordham University School of Law

Areas of Expertise: Firearms Law, Firearms Rights, Commercial Law, Second Amendment, Firearms & African-Americans

Location: New York City, NY

Contact Information:
Email: njohnson@fordham.edu
Phone: (212) 636-6983

Heard on NPR’s All Things Considered: “Philando Castile Case Asks: Whose Second Amendment Right Is Protected?”

 

Bindu Kalesan

Bindu Kalesan, MPH., Ph.D. teaches epidemiology at Columbia University as an adjunct assistant professor. She also serves as the Vice-President of Gun Violence Survivors Foundation. She is a clinical epidemiologist and biostatistician who has collaborated with clinical researchers and other scientists performing research studies in cardiovascular and injury epidemiology. Her current research focuses on the public health consequences of gun violence in the United States along with short and long term health outcomes of patients receiving treatment for cardiovascular diseases.

Dr. Kalesan was born in India, having completed her MPH from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, MD and PhD from University of Bern, Switzerland, is now settled in the US. She has over 12 years of cumulative experience in research and teaching. Her recent research on fatal and non-fatal gun injuries has earned international experience in this field and is one of the most sought after experts in gun violence research.

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Epidemiology at Columbia University

Areas of Expertise: Public Health Consequences of Gun Violence, Social Gun Culture and Gun Ownership, Depression and Firearm-Related Injury; Racial and Ethnic Heterogeneity in Trends of Firearm-Related Fatality 

Location: New York, NY

Contact Information:

E-mail: kb2693@columbia.edu

Heard on C-Span’s Washington Journal: Gun Ownership in the U.S. 

Added December 2015

Last Verified: December 2015