Opioid Use Disorder Expert Witnesses

Opioid use disorder expert witnesses and consultants listed here may be able to form expert opinions, draft expert witness reports, provide expert witness testimony at deposition and/or trial as or serve as consulting (non-testifying) experts on opioid use disorder. The opioid use disorder expert witness listings on this page are typically from fields/areas of expertise such as: Addiction Medicine, Family Medicine, Pharmacist, Pharmacology- Clinical, and Preventive Medicine.

Rania Khan, MD

Santa Clara, California
Family Medicine - addiction medicine, pain medicine, urgent care, primary care, Supervision to PAs, women’s health, back pain, cancer screening, telemedicine, family medicine, pediatrics, geriatrics, diabetes, hypertension, opioid use disorder, pain management, injectables
Board certified in Family Medicine, with full scope in primary care and in urgent care. Practice includes treatment of pediatric, adult, pregnant, and geriatric patients as well as patients suffering from chronic pain and opioid use. Regularly perform procedures such as joint injections, I&D, laceration repairs, birth control implant and IUD procedures, botulinum toxin, trigger point injections, bedside ultrasound. Regularly triage patients in urgent care setting of chest pain, respiratory distress, abdominal pain. Flexible and easy to work with, willingness to learn, and motivated to deliver great quality reports in a timely manner.

D. Tyler Coyle, MD, MS Deedot Consulting LLC

Denver, Colorado
Addiction Medicine, Preventive Medicine - Epidemiology, Pharmacoepidemiology, Opioid Use Disorder, Methadone, Buprenorphine, Naltrexone, Addiction Medicine, Medical Education, Post-Marketing Safety Studies, Ivy League
Double board-certified in both Addiction Medicine and Public Health & General Preventive Medicine; tenure track at CU School of Medicine with joint appointment in the Colorado School of Public Health. Master’s degree in Epidemiology. After residency I worked as a medical pharmacoepidemiologist at the FDA for 3 years, specializing in the epidemiology of non-medical drug use — particularly opioids. My interests in drug safety and controlled substances led me to working in addiction medicine. I have served as the Assistant Medical Director for the opioid treatment program (I.e. methadone clinic) housed within the CU School of Medicine since 2020. I am the PI for a SAMHSA grant to provide addiction education to students in the MD, NP, and PA degree programs at CU. I am also the Program Director for the CU Preventive Medicine Residency where I serve on the GME Education Subcommittee. Expertise in communication to both medical and non-medical audiences; writing; interpersonal skills; ...

Karen M. Ryle, MS, RPh Massachusetts Board of Pharmacy

Quincy, Massachusetts
Pharmacist, Pharmacology- Clinical - Experience in Retail, Community and Hospital Pharmacies. Medication Errors, Wrongful Death, Prescription Drug Abuse, Prescription Drug Monitoring Program, Drug Overdose, Opioid Use Disorder, Pharmacy Standards of Practice, Pharmacy Law, Pharmaceutical Standard of Care, Drug Interactions.
Extensive knowledge in Board of Pharmacy Regulations, Pharmacy Standards of Practice, Prescription Drug Abuse, MS Degree in Drug Regulatory Affairs, over 30 years of experience in community pharmacy and hospital practice, Member of the Massachusetts Board of Pharmacy for 15 years. Testified in Civil and Federal Court.