[Ip-health] Recordings of webinar series available at the Knowledge Portal on Innovation and Access to Medicines
marcelacfvieira at gmail.com
Thu Jun 27 03:51:33 PDT 2019
We would like to share with you that the recordings and materials from our
webinar series on pharmaceutical policy are now available at the Knowledge
Portal on Innovation and Access to Medicines, and can be accessed at this
The webinars are presented by leading medicines policy researchers and aim
to make recent, policy-relevant research more accessible to a global public
audience and facilitate flows of knowledge between the research and
policy/practice communities. To date, there have been eight webinars
covering a range of different topics:
- Global access to affordable insulin: understanding the barriers
June 2019 | Marg Ewen and Molly Lepeska, Health Action International
- Public funding of drug development: contributions of the US NIH
April 2019 | Ekaterina Cleary, Bentley University
- R&D costs of cancer medicines: how does it compare with sales income?
March 2019 | Kiu Tay-Teo, World Health Organization
- Regulation to accelerate access to biosimilars: Colombia's pioneering
February 2019 | Carolina Gomez, INVIMA - Instituto Nacional de Vigilancia
de Medicamentos y Alimentos (Colombia’s National Institute of Food and Drug
- Using competition law to address high medicines prices
January 2019 | Fred Abbott, Florida State University College of Law
- Addressing high drug prices - what can be learned from European policies?
December 2018 | Sabine Vogler, Austrian Public Health Institute (GÖG)
- New technologies for neglected diseases: what is likely to come out of
the pipeline, what is missing, and what will it cost?
November 2018 | Gavin Yamey, Duke University
- A New World Patent Order: An analysis of granted and rejected biomedical
patents in India - with implications for Brazil, South Africa & beyond
October 2018 | Achal Prabhala, accessibsa: Innovation & Access to Medicines
in India, Brazil & South Africa
The webinar series will be back in September. Stay tuned for the lineup of
the next webinars and in the meantime watch the recordings of the past
webinars. We welcome suggestions for speakers and topics for future
webinars are at globalhealthresearch at graduateinstitute.ch.
We also invite you to explore the other resources available on our recently
launched Knowledge Portal on Innovation and Access to Medicines
<https://www.knowledgeportalia.org/>, a one-stop source providing open
access information, research, and analysis on policies relating to
pharmaceutical innovation and access. Topics are organized under three
interrelated themes: Pricing, Intellectual Property and Innovation.
Resources include: research syntheses on a range of topics, data sources,
webinars and a list of research gaps.
The webinar series and the Knowledge Portal are part of the Knowledge
Network for Innovation and Access to Medicines, a project of the Global
Health Centre at the Graduate Institute of Geneva.
Knowledge Network for Innovation and Access to Medicines
Global Health Centre, Research
Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies
marcela.vieira at graduateinstitute.ch
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