Jed Adam Gross is a member of the Bioethics Program at University Health Network (UHN) in Toronto, where his clinical practice supports the work of UHN’s Ajmera Transplant Centre. He also advises organizations engaged in transplant governance, including Trillium Gift of Life Network and CSA Group. A member of the Massachusetts bar, Mr. Gross practiced healthcare law at Ropes & Gray before completing a transplant ethics fellowship at the Cleveland Clinic. His scholarly publications bring comparative, historical, and legal insights to bear on the policy challenges associated with biomedical innovation.