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How are Academic Institutions Licensing Patient Data?
May 16 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Part of the OUP Data Licensing Webinar Series
May 16, 2023 12:00 PM Eastern
Wondering about or currently working in the complex world of licensing patient data at academic institutions? Come join your colleagues for a five-part webinar series on patient data licensing.
This series will cover:
1️⃣ What is the data? The policies and procedures of data management, including what can be licensed. Our panelists, Nick Gruszauskas of the University of Chicago and David Peloquin of Ropes & Gray, reviewed:
a. the types of data and data definitions
b. key statutes associated with patient data
c. Policies and processes on data, including:
– Identifiable vs. de-identified
– The consent process and types of consents
– The role of IRB and other stakeholders (oversight committees, ethics, committees, sponsored programs, tech transfer, general counsel, etc.)
d. Ownership and use
2️⃣ What can we do with the data? The panelists, John Plummer of the Vanderbilt Medical Center and Gavin Foltz of Duke University, reviewed the transfer and protection of patient data via:
a. Clinical trial agreements
b. Non-clinical industry-nonprofit agreements (sponsored research agreements)
c. DUAs and use rights
e. Licensing agreements
⭐ 3️⃣ ⭐ How are academic institutions licensing patient data? This is the nitty-gritty on the licensing considerations for patient data during which your panelists Stephen Gardner of Quarles & Brady and Angela Kujak of The Broad Institute which will cover:
a. License structure types
– Use vs incorporation vs productization
c. Sublicensing rights
– PHI considerations/clauses
– Institutional approvals
– Combination products (Data + devices/diagnostics)
– Security measures
– Auditing and liabilities
e. Inventorship and revenue distribution
4️⃣ Case Studies 🗓 TBD
5️⃣ Q&A 🗓 TBD
Senior Director and Head of OSAP Legal Practice · Broad Institute
As Senior Director and Head of the Broad Institute’s OSAP Legal Practice, Angela leads and manages a team of 15+ attorneys and legal professionals and plays a leadership role in the advancement and commercialization of Broad’s novel technologies through BD&L deals and strategic IP management. In collaboration with the business development team, Angela is responsible for the structure, drafting, and negotiation of agreements associated with Broad’s strategic transactions, partnerships, and new company formation, and for managing the strategy and operations of Broad’s IP portfolio. Previously, Angela served as Senior Director of Contracts for UCLA’s Technology Development Group, as Associate General Counsel for WARF, and as a patent prosecution and IP litigation associate at a private law firm.
Partner · Quarles
Steve Gardner is an intellectual property lawyer who works with both national and startup companies, research institutions and other IP owners to maximize the commercial value of their inventions and enforce IP rights. Steve has counseled clients on a wide variety of technologies, including software, magnetic resonance imaging, CT imaging, medical devices, industrial equipment, semiconductor chip manufacturing methods, artificial intelligence (AI), deep learning, neural networks, liquid crystal display devices, LED manufacturing, and processors and electronic controllers. Steve’s practice focuses on IP transactions, Patent prosecution, IP enforcement.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions for our panelists, or enter them when you register.