Robert Cook-Deegan (Institute for Genome Sciences and Policy, Duke), Gene Patents and Policy: The Neverending Story
Robert Cook-Deegan, MD is the Director of the Institute for Genome Sciences and Policy's Center for Genome Ethics, Law and Policy. His research interests include, policy implications of genomics research and its applications, bioethics, health policy and biomedical research policy, global health disparities and intellectual property and the innovation process.
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Papers and books
(2010), with Christopher DeRienzo, Julia Carbonne, Subhashini Chandrasekhara, Christopher Heaney and Christopher Conover, Impact of Gene Patents and Licensing Practices on Access to Genetic Testing for Inherited Susceptibility to Cancer: Comparing Breast and Ovarian Cancers with Colon Cancers, Genetics in Medicine, 12:4, S15-S38.
(2010), with Misha Angrist, Subhashini Chandrasekharan and Christopher Heaney, Impact of Gene Patents and Licensing Practices on Access to Genetic Testing for Long QT Syndrome, Genetics in Medicine, 12:4, S111-S154.
(2010), with Subhashini Chandrasekhara, Emily Pitlick, Christopher Heaney, Impact of Gene Patents and Licensing Practices on Access to Genetic Testing for Hereditary Hemochromatosis, Genetics in Medicine, 12:4, S155-S170.
(2010), with Subhashini Chandrasekhara, Christopher Heaney, Tamara James and Chris Conover, Impact of Gene Patents and Licensing Practices on Access to Genetic Testing for Cystic Fibrosis, Genetics in Medicine, 12:4, S194-S211.
(2009), with Subhashini Chandrasekhara, Gene Patents and Personalized Medicine - What Lies Ahead?, Genome Medicine, 1:92.
(2009), with C. Alessandra Colaianni, Columbia University's Axel Patents: Technology Transfer and Implications for the Bayh-Dole Act, Milbank Quarterly, 87:3, 683-715.
(1994), The Gene Wars: Science, Politics, and the Human Genome, W. W. Norton and Co. BCD.
(13 March, 2010), Office Hours with Robert Cook-Deegan on Patenting Genes, Duke University.
(18 February, 2010), Personal Genomics - Do We Need Doctors Anymore?, UBC Interdisciplinary YouTube Channel.
(18 March, 2008), Genomics and Intellectual Property, Dickinson College, Duke University, Clarke Forum for Contemporary Issues.
Robert Cook-Deegan et al. (17 May, 2007), Genomics and Justice: Promises, Perils, and Paradoxes, University of California, Santa Cruz.
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