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Centre Events

Compulsory Mental Health Treatment in Hong Kong: Which Way Forward?
(a conference organised with LML input)
University of Hong Kong
 
Prof. Bartha Knoppers
"Genetic Databases: Who is Liable, When, and For What?"
Alison Richard Building, Sidgwick Site, University of Cambridge
 
Prof. Bartha Knoppers and Dr. Rumiana Yotova
"Gene Editing: From Innovative Science to Effective Policy"
The Møller Centre, Cambridge
   
Dr Kathy Liddell
CSaP Fourteenth Policy Leaders Fellowship Roundtable
Small Drawing Room, Master's Lodge, Trinity College, Cambridge
 
Dr Jeffrey Skopek
"Privacy and Big Data"
Academia Sinica
Taiwan 
  
Colm McGrath
"Compensation and property in the body"
Who Owns Your Body?  
University of Hong Kong
  
Dr Jeffrey M. Skopek
"Should Anonymization Extinguish Our Rights? "
Who Owns Your Body?  
University of Hong Kong
    
Who Owns Your Body? 
(a conference co-sponsored by LML)
University of Hong Kong
 
Dr Jeffrey Skopek
"The Ethics of Human Genome Enhancement"
Regulatory Issues Associated with Genome Editing and Gene Drive - The Regulation of Synthetic Biology in Asia
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology 
 
Matt Jordan
Panellist at the Eighteenth Annual Student Human Rights Conference
University of Nottingham, Human Rights Law Centre
 
Dr Julia Powles
"Data Kingdoms and Keys: The Case of Google and the NHS"
University of Leeds 
 
Dr Rumiana Yotova
Research Visit to McGill University
McGill University, Montreal
 
Dr Kathy Liddell
Chair of 'Who owns us' panel as part of the Cambridge Science Festival
Babbage Lecture Theatre, New Museums Site, Cambridge
  
Dr Jeffrey M. Skopek  
"Big Data, Health Predictions, and Privacy”
Global Genes, Local Concerns: A Symposium on Legal, Ethical and Scientific Challenges in International Biobanking
University of Copenhagen 
  
Dr Kathy Liddell
Panellist at Cambridge Science Festival ED Event
McCrum Lecture Theatre, Bene't Street, Cambridge
  
Colm McGrath
"Medical advice, communication and comprehension"
Medical Defence Union, London
 
Dr John Liddicoat
"What is the Practical Significance of Myriad for Genomic Medicine?"
Presentation at NYLS Scholarship Luncheon
New York Law School, Tribeca, New York City, New York
 
Saimo Chahal QC
"To Die or not to Die: Assisted Dying in England and Wales - The current legal, moral and social issues”
Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge
  
Dr John Liddicoat
Research Visit to New York Law School
Tribeca, New York City, New York
 
Dr John Liddicoat
"The Practical Effect of Myriad on patent claims"
Presentation at Molecular Med Tri-Con 2017
Moscone Conference Centre, San Francisco, California
  
Dr Jeffrey M. Skopek  
"Digital Platforms and New Ways of Caring”
Digital Health 2017: Transforming Lives by Innovating Healthcare
The Shard, London
   
Ms Stevie Martin
Presentation on Early Detection of Cancer: Legal and Ethical Issues.
CRUK Cambridge Institute
  
Prof. Yuji Shiroshita and Dr. Matt Dyson
Workshop on the legal issues of "Diseased Kidney Transplantation": A Possibility of extended criteria donors?
Hokkaido University, Tokyo Office
 
Dr John Liddicoat
Panelist at PGH Foundation conference: 'Personalised health: making the most of genomics'
Robinson College
 
Dr John Liddicoat
Presentation at Cambridge Enterprise and Technology Club
 
"Body Politics:  The Dilemmas of Regulating New Technologies"
2016 Philomathia Symposium 
Magdalene College, University of Cambridge
 
Dr Jeffrey Skopek
“Three Puzzles for Animal Rights: Cows, Lions, and Featherless Chickens”
Faculty of Law
University of Cambridge 
  
Dr John Liddicoat
Presentation at Workshop on Gene Editing
 
Dr John Liddicoat
Presentation at Workshop on Material Transfer Agreements
 
Dr David Erdos
"Data Protection in an Age of User-Generated Content"
WYNG-Hatton Lecture 2016
University of Hong Kong
 
Dr John Liddicoat
"Challenges for Early-career Academics"
University of Tasmania 
 
Dr Jeffrey Skopek
"Privacy in Numbers? Biological Bodies of Data, Big Data's Epistemology, and the Legal and Ethical Status of Health Inferences” (presentation)
"Genomic Data Privacy" (roundtable discussion)
Biodata World Congress 2016
Wellcome Genome Campus
Cambridge
  
Dr Kathy Liddell
'Is Earlier Necessarily Better?'
Panel at the Cambridge Festival of Ideas
   
Colm McGrath
‘Malpractice as Lex Specialis: European and English Models’
Associazione Scientifica Aquilia (Rome)
  
Eastern and Western Perspectives on Surrogacy
(international conference co-organized by LML)
University of Hong Kong
  
Workshop on 'The Legal Status of Intersex Persons'
Attendance by invitation only
  
Dr Kathy Liddell
"Legal Issues in the Early Detection of Cancer"
Early Detection Workshop
MRC Cancer Unit
Trinity College
University of Cambridge
  
Dr Claire Fenton-Glynn
"Revisiting parenthood in the 21st Century"
Culture, Dispute Resolution and the Modernised Family
International Centre for Family Law, Policy and Practice
London
  
Professor Bartha Knoppers 
"The measured man? Is the time right for a move from genetic testing and biobanking at specific time-points to continuous, real-time monitoring of individuals?"
Hughes Hall
University of Cambridge 
  
29th Annual Privacy Laws and Business Conference 
St John's College
University of Cambridge  
  
Dr Okeoghene Odudu
'Taking stock of NHS governance after the 2013 reforms: public procurement, competition and conflict'
Bristol, 9am-5pm
    
Dr Henning Grosse Ruse-Khan
The Protection of Intellectual Property in International Law
OUP
  
Mr Colm McGrath
The Duty to Disclose: How Much Information Is Too Much?
Queen's University Belfast

     

An Insight into the Patentability and Enforcement of Second Medical Use Patents in the EPO and English Courts Seminar
Marks & Clerk LLP, 62-68 Hills Road, Cambridge, CB2 1LA
2pm-5pm
  
20 May 2016
Dr Jeffrey Skopek 
"Privacy in Numbers? Biological Bodies of Data, Big Data's Epistemology, and the Legal and Ethical Status of Health Inferences”
Legal Dimensions of Big Data in the Health and Life Sciences
University of Copenhagen
    
Dr David Erdos
"Information Regulation and Freedom of Expression"
Tenth Law and the Information Society Symposium
Fordham University's School of Law
   
Professor Di Nicol
"University Material Transfer Agreements: Transfer of Biological Materials and Data for Research"
University of Tasmania 
    
6 May 2016
Dr Jeffery Skopek 
"Privacy in Numbers? Biological Bodies of Data, Big Data's Epistemology, and the Legal and Ethical Status of Health Inferences”
Big Data, Health Law, and Bioethics
Harvard Law School
  
Dr David Erdos 
"Historic Victory or False Dawn?  Analysing the EU Data Protection Regulation"
CELS/CIPIL Joint Seminar 
Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge
  
Dr Matt Dyson and Dr Kourosh Saeb-Parsy
"Legal Considerations on Pre-Mortem Interventions in Donation After Circulatory Death"
4th ELPAT Conference
Rome 
  
Dr Kathy Liddell and Dr John Liddicoat
"The Changing IP Landscape for Precision Medicine"
Precision Medicine: Legal and Ethical Challenges
University of Hong Kong
       
7 April 2016
Dr Jeffrey Skopek
"Personalized Rationing: The Law and Ethics of Differentiation”
Precision Medicine: Legal and Ethical Challenges
University of Hong Kong
  
Mr Colm McGrath
"Liability for Failure to Disclose and the Challenge of Precision Medicine"
Precision Medicine: Legal and Ethical Challenges
University of Hong Kong
  
Precision Medicine: Legal and Ethical Challenges
(international conference)
University of Hong Kong
  
Dr Jeffrey Skopek
Panelist on "Bioethics and Law"
The Future of Health Law and Policy 
Harvard Law School
  
Dr Henning Grosse Ruse-Khan
Conflict-of-Laws Approach to Competing Rationalities in
International Law: The Case of Plain Packaging between IP, Trade, Investment and Health
Hanken School of Economics
Helsinki
   
Dr Stephanie Palmer
"Assisted Dying: Canadian and UK Legal Approaches"
Canadian Annual Guest Lecture
Leicester Law School
 
Challenges for Evidence in Law and Public Health
(workshop by invitation)
Trinity Hall, Cambridge
 
James Badenoch QC
"Montgomery: a dramatic change in the law on patient consent?"
The Ver Heyden de Lancey Lecture
University of Cambridge
 
Dr. Rumiana Yotova
"Regulating Gene Editing: A Comparative Discourse"
Stem Cells & Society Workshop: Planning for the Future of Gene Editing
Jesus College, University of Cambridge
 
Large DNA Bioresources: Goals, Challenges and Proposals Associated with IP and Open Innovation
(an LML and CsAP workshop -- by invitation)
Trinity Hall, University of Cambridge
 
Colm McGrath
"The Instability of Patients' Rights"
Cambridge Private Law Centre's Work in Progress Seminar
Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge
 
Dr. Rumiana Yotova
"The regulation of gene editing under international law"
Human Enhancement and the Law: Regulating for the Future
St. Anne's College, University of Oxford
    
Dr Claire Fenton-Glynn
“Outsourcing Ethical Dilemmas: Regulating International Surrogacy
Arrangements” (2016) 24(1) Medical Law Review 59
     
Dr David Erdos
"Regulation of Medical Research Under European Data Protection: In Theory and Practice"
The PHG Foundation Life Sciences & Society Seminar
Hughes Hall, University of Cambridge
 
Dr Jens Scherpe
"'New Reproductive Technologies, Surrogacy and the Three-Parent Baby Conundrum:  The Family Law Perspective"
University of Hong Kong - Centre for Medical Ethics and Law
 
Dr Kathy Liddell
"Immorality and Patents: The Exclusion of Inventions Contrary to Ordre Public and Morality"
Patents on Life: Through the Lenses of Law, Religious Faith and Social Justice
Von Hügel Institute, St. Edmund's College, University of Cambridge
 
Colm McGrath
"Juristenrunde: The Long Road to Patients' Rights in the UK"
The Institute for European Tort Law, Vienna
   
Dr Stephanie Palmer
"‘The choice is cruel’: Assisted suicide and Charter Rights in Canada" [2015] 74 Cambridge Law Journal 191-194
    
Dr Okeoghene Odudu
"The Application of Competition Law to NHS Institutions in England"
The Antitrust Enforcement Symposium 2015
University of Oxford
 
Dr Jeffrey Skopek 
"The Fragmentation and Blurring of Categories in Personalized Medicine”
Translation in Healthcare: Exploring the Impact of Emerging Technologies
University of Oxford
 
Dr Jeffrey Skopek
"Individuals and Bodies of Data"
Policy-making in the Big Data Era: Opportunities and Challenges
University of Cambridge
 
Dr Okeoghene Odudu
"Competition Law and Public Bodies: The NHS"
Contemporary Challenges in Competition Law
University of Leeds
 
Dr David Erdos
"Opportunity or Threat? EU Data Protection Reform and the Future of Social Science and Humanities Governance"
Centre for Research in the Arts Social Sciences and Humanities 
University of Cambridge
 
Dr Kathy Liddell and Dr Michael Waibel
"International Investment Law and Patent Law Flexibility: Eli Lilly’s patents on Zyprexa and Strattera"
University of Cambridge
 
Dr Kathy Liddell
"Realising Genomic Medicine: Intellectual Property Issues"
University of Cambridge
 
Dr Jeffrey Skopek
"Personal Data and Personalized Medicine"
PHG Foundation Life Sciences & Society Seminar
Hughes Hall, University of Cambridge
 
Dr Matt Dyson and Nicky Padfield
"Transplantation and the Law"
Transplant Unit
Addenbrooke's Hospital
Cambridge
 
Professor Paul Mevis (Erasmus University of Rotterdam)
"Voluntary Euthanasia and Assisted Dying: The Position in The Netherlands"
The Ver Heyden de Lancey Lecture
University of Cambridge
 
Dr Kathy Liddell
Public Policy SRI Workshop Participant
Neuroscience in the Courtroom
University of Cambridge
 
Professor John Spencer
"Criminalising Sickness? Liability for the Transmission of Disease"
Wyng-Hatton Lecture
University of Hong Kong
  
Dr Stephanie Palmer
"Regulating Unhealthy Life Styles in The UK and South Africa: Constitutional Issues" in Tania Voon, Andrew D. Mitchell & Jonathan Liberman, Regulating Tobacco, Alcohol and Unhealthy Foods: The Legal Issues (Routledge UK) (Ed)