Report Examines Global Health Innovation, Role Of Intellectual Property Rights

Innovation Technology & Innovation Foundation: Innovate4Health: How Innovators Are Solving Global Health Challenges
In this report, Stephen Ezell, vice president for global innovation policy at ITIF; Mark Schultz, director of academic programs and senior scholar at the Center for the Protection of Intellectual Property (CPIP); and David Lund, the John F. Witherspoon Legal fellow at CPIP, “profil[e] 25 original case studies showcasing how innovators, many in developing countries, are tackling life-sciences/health care innovation in their nations and across the broader developing world” and “tell a compelling and inspiring story of how entrepreneurs are creating IP-enabled life-sciences innovations that are helping to tackle some of the world’s toughest health issues” (4/24).

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