[Ip-health] Seminars on Antibiotic Delinkage: Part 5 Professor Kevin Outterson

Elizabeth Rajasingh elizabeth.rajasingh at keionline.org
Mon Nov 16 06:44:30 PST 2015


On Tuesday, November 17, 2015, at 2:30pm Eastern Time (Washington, DC), KEI
will host a seminar on antibiotic delinkage featuring Kevin Outterson, a
Professor of Health Law, Bioethics & Human Rights at Boston University’s
School of Law.

The seminar will take place at the KEI office in Dupont Circle, and up to
10 persons can be participate remotely, via a video Google Hangout link.
There is also an option to participate via telephone. If there is a
capacity issue for the remote participation by video, we will give priority
to academics, government officials, NGOs working on drug pricing, and third
party payers.

After the seminar, the discussion will be posted online via YouTube and
will be available to the public for research and reference purposes.​

Professor Outterson will discuss antibiotic delinkage models, including
ongoing work in DRIVE-AB by the European Union.

If you would like to participate, either through Google Hangouts or in
person at our DC office, please fill out this Google Poll (
http://goo.gl/forms/ier4KxwCqw). Please contact Elizabeth Rajasingh via
elizabeth.rajasingh[at]keionline.org with any additional questions. She
will send out additional information regarding the seminar and instructions
about joining the seminar on the morning of the event.

*Kevin Outterson​*

Professor Kevin Outterson teaches health law and corporate law at Boston
University, where he co-directs the Health Law Program and is the Pike
Scholar in Health and Disability Law. He serves as the editor-in-chief of
the Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics; faculty co-advisor to the American
Journal of Law & Medicine; past chair of the Section on Law, Medicine &
Health Care of the AALS; and a member of the Board of the American Society
of Law, Medicine & Ethics. Professor Outterson was recently named to the
Advisory Panel for the Longitude Prize, which awards £10 million to address
antibiotic resistance.

Elizabeth Rajasingh
Perls Research and Policy Fellow, Knowledge Ecology International
1621 Connecticut Ave. NW, Suite 500
Washington, DC 20009
*elizabeth.rajasingh at keionline.org <elizabeth.rajasingh at keionline.org>* |

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