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Advancing Global Health: The Critical Importance of Intellectual Property

  • 2045 Rayburn House Office Building (map)

You are invited to a briefing on Advancing Global Health: The Critical Importance of Intellectual Property hosted in cooperation with Rep. Leonard Lance (R-NJ) and Rep. Scott Peters (D-CA) Co-Chairs, Congressional Life Science Caucus.

Why are patents necessary to foster new inventions? Is the U.S. still a world leader in innovation? How does the patent system support the development of new treatments and cures? 

Please join us for an informed discussion about the essential role of intellectual property in fueling new ideas to diagnose, treat and cure diseases; the importance of IP protections from discovery to research to development; and the risks for human health associated with weakening IP protections.

Our distinguished speakers include:

  • Adam Mossoff, Co-Founder, Center for the Protection of Intellectual Property (CPIP), George Mason University
  • Patrick Kilbride, Senior Vice President, Global Innovation Policy Center, US Chamber of Commerce
  • Corey Salsberg, Vice President, Global Head IP Affairs, Novartis Pharmaceuticals
  • Marc Sedam, Associate Vice Provost for Innovation and New Ventures, University of New Hampshire; and Board of Directors, Association of University Technology Managers (AUTM)
  • Dean Paranicas, President and Chief Executive Officer, HealthCare Institute of New Jersey, Moderator

Lunch will be served. RSVP is required. 

Coalition partners:
Biocom, BioNJ, BioUtah, BioWV, CLSA, Colorado BioScience Association, Delaware BioScience Association, HINJ, Indiana Medical Device Manufacturers Council, LifeSciencesPA, MassBio, MassMedic, Medical Alley Association, MedTech, MichBio, NC Biosciences Organization

This event will be held in strict accordance with House and Senate Ethics rules.  Food and refreshments of a nominal value will be provided as allowed by House Rule 25, clause 5(a)(4)(A) and Senate Rule 35.1(d)(1)

Earlier Event: September 11
Black Policy Lab Summit
Later Event: September 11
Carbon Cutting, Industrial Size