Marshall Gerstein Co-Sponsors GHIA Symposium at Duke University; Watson to Speak

April 1, 2016
Durham, NC

Marshall, Gerstein & Borun LLP is pleased to co-sponsor the Global Healthcare Innovation Alliances (GHIA)’s Symposium “Alliances and Incentives in the Era of Outbreaks,” to be held on Friday, April 1, 2016, at Duke University in Durham, NC. Marshall Gerstein special counsel Julie M. Watson will be a speaker at the event.

This symposium will gather thought leaders in the development, funding, policy, manufacturing and distribution of vaccines and drugs to prevent and treat infectious disease outbreaks. Presenters will speak about socially responsible licensing, the proposition that nonprofit IP owners should use licensing practices that encourage global access to essential medicines and innovations. For more information and to register for this free event, click here.

The GHIA team is a part of the Innovation and Technology Policy Lab at Duke University, a Bass Connections program. GHIA studies and advises on issues that challenge the way players in the global health sector have traditionally developed and marketed healthcare products, institutional partnerships, and innovation.