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Collaborative Research Projects Coordinator

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Matt Jordan is the Collaborative Research Projects Coordinator for the Centre for Law, Medicine and Life Sciences. He works closely with the Director and Deputy Director of the LML to provide research, general management, and administrative assistance for the delivery of local and international projects, especially those with relevance to the HKU Centre for Medical Ethics and Law (CMEL); all such projects to be related to the Centres’ mutual ambition to advance research and teaching on legal and ethical challenges at the forefront of medicine and the life sciences.

Matt read Law at Downing College, graduating in June 2016, and has previously worked as a Research Assistant to the LML, primarily working on a project analysing the impact of the US Supreme Court's decision in Association for Molecular Pathology v Myriad Genetics on patent practice.


'After Myriad, what makes a gene patent claim 'markedly different' from nature?', M Aboy, J Liddicoat, K Liddell, M Jordan, C Crespo, Nature Biotechnology, 2017, 35(9), 820.