Rebecca S. Eisenberg (Law, Michigan), The Future of Diagnostic Patents

Rebecca S. Eisenberg, the Robert and Barbara Luciano Professor of Law, is a graduate of Stanford University and Boalt Hall School of Law at the University of California, Berkeley, where she was articles editor of the California Law Review. Professor Eisenberg regularly teaches courses in patent law, trademark law, FDA law, and runs workshops on intellectual property and student scholarship. She has previously taught courses on torts, legal regulation of science, and legal issues in biopharmaceutical research. She has written and lectured extensively about the role of intellectual property in biopharmaceutical research, publishing in scientific journals as well as law reviews. Professor Eisenberg has played an active role in public policy debates concerning the role of intellectual property in biopharmaceutical research.

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Papers and books

(2011), Exploring the Current Debate over Patenting Life, Center for Law, Technology and the Arts - Journal of Law, Technology and the Internet Symposium, Case Western Reserve University School of Law.

(2007), The Role of the FDA in Innovation Policy, 13 Mich. Telecomm. Tech. L. Rev., 345.

(2006), with Arti K. Rai, Harnessing and Sharing the Benefits of StateSponsored Research: Intellectual Property Rights and Data Sharing in California's Stem Cell Initiative, Duke Law School Faculty Scholarship Series, Paper 69.

(2003), with Arti K. Rai, Bayh-Dole Reform and the Progress of Biomedicine, Law and Contemporary Problems, 66:289-314.

(2000), Genomics in the Public Domain: Strategy and Policy, Nature Reviews Genetics, 1:70-74.

(1998), Can Patents Deter Innovation? The Anticommons in Biomedical Research, Science, 280:698-701.

(1994), Technology Transfer and the Genome Project: Problems with Patenting Research Tools, Risk Health, Safety and Environment, 163.

Videos

Rebecca S. Eisenberg (28 January, 2011), Exploring the Current Debate over Patenting Life, Center for Law, Technology and the Arts - Journal of Law, Technology and the Internet Symposium, Case Western Reserve University, School of Law.

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