Dr. Michael Freeman is a doctor of medicine and epidemiologist specializing in forensic medicine and epidemiology. He serves as a full affiliate professor of epidemiology and psychiatry at Oregon Health & Science University School of Medicine.
Dr. Freeman has more than 150 published scientific papers, books, and book chapters on forensic medicine and forensic applications of epidemiology, crash-related injuries and death, general and specific causation, and a variety of other areas of interest. He also has a number of publications on the identification of logical fallacy and junk science in expert testimony for the legal profession.
He has served in U.S., Canadian, European, and Australian civil courts approximately three hundred times as an expert in a variety of fields, including injury and death litigation, product liability, toxic tort litigation, tobacco litigation, medical negligence, and life expectancy.