[Ip-health] Open Lecture on Pharmaceutical innovation: Replacing monopolies with health impact rewards

Heesob Nam hurips at gmail.com
Tue Mar 23 09:31:14 PDT 2021


Open Lecture on Pharmaceutical innovation: Replacing monopolies with health
impact rewards

*🔶* *Date and Time*: 24 March (Wednesday) 6-8 pm KST

*🔶** Zoom link*:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81971276211?pwd=NEsvTHE3VDNZQkxGaTFUaExGNmpRUT09
(Simultaneous interpretation between Korean and English is provided)

*🔶* *Moderators*: Heesob Nam (Knowledge Commune), Haejoo Chung (Korea
University)

*🔶* *Speaker*: Professor Thomas Pogge

Having received his PhD in philosophy from Harvard, Thomas Pogge is Leitner
Professor of Philosophy and International Affairs and founding Director of
the Global Justice Program at Yale. He co-founded Academics Stand Against
Poverty, an international network aiming to enhance the impact of scholars,
teachers and students on global poverty (www.academicsstand.org), and
Incentives for Global Health, a team effort toward creating new incentives
that would improve access to advanced pharmaceuticals worldwide (
www.healthimpactfund.org). More information at
https://campuspress.yale.edu/thomaspogge/

*🔶* This lecture series is provided by the program of the open lectures on
IP for commoning medical technologies
<http://knowledgecommune.net/index.php/2020/12/20/open-lectures-on-intellectual-property-for-commoning-medical-technologies/>
and
co-hosted by Knowledge Commune, BK21 FOUR R&E Center for Learning Health
Systems of Korea University, GSIS BK21 Program of Glocal Studies of Korea
University, BrainKorea21 BK21 Center for Integrative Response to Health
Disasters of Seoul National University, and BK212 FOUR Graduate Program of
College of Medicine of Korea University.

-- 
Heesob Nam, PhD

Representative and chief researcher, Knowledge Commune
Director, Commons Foundation
H: knowledgecommune.net (English) | ko.knowledgecommune.net (Korean)
T: +82 (0)2 796 1839
M: +82 (0)10 3925 2797
hurips at gmail.com, heesobnam at commons.foundation


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