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LML 'Down Under'

last modified Nov 28, 2016 09:52 AM

In November 2016, two members of the Centre for Law, Medicine and Life Sciences will be undertaking research visits in Australia.

From 3 - 8 November, Dr Kathy Liddell will be working with the Law Faculty at the University of Melbourne as a Visiting Scholar. Dr Liddell will be taking part in strategic discussions for future collaborations between the Faculty of Law, Cambridge and the Law Faculty, Melbourne, in the area of law, technology, health law and innovation. This dialogue will be followed by discussions with Melbourne Law PhD students. On 7 November, Dr Liddell will be a key presenter at a roundtable seminar on 'Precision Medicine: IP, Regulatory and Ethical Challenges', speaking on the topics of 'Changing Landscapes in IP and Precision Medicine' and 'Precision Medicine: Legal and Ethical challenges'.

Meanwhile, from 7 - 13 November, Dr Liddicoat will be delivering a number of talks and presentations in Australia. On 7 November, Dr Liddicoat will be talking about challenges for early-career academics with postgraduate students and early-career researchers in social sciences at the University of Tasmania. This will be followed on 10 November by a presentation at a workshop on material transfer agreements (MTAs), and by a presentation at a workshop in gene editing on 13 November.