Biotechnology patenting pioneer muses on Myriad ruling

The 1980 Supreme Court decision in Diamond v. Chakrabarty established the patentability of human modifications to bacteria, and arguably laid the foundation for the biotechnology industry. Professor Chakrabarty remains an active researcher, and is currently pursing a promising anti-cancer therapy. Given his unique perspective on patenting in biotechnology, I asked him to provide a personal […]


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Journal of Commercial Biotechnology July 2013 issue now available

The Journal of Commercial Biotechnology announces the publication of the July 2013 issue, featuring new papers on biotechnology management and commercialization. Journal of Commercial Biotechnology Vol 19, Issue 3 (2013) Patenting human genes and mutations: A personal perspective Ananda Mohan Chakrabarty Full details at the Journal of Commercial Biotechnology The polyvalent scientist: the added value […]


The relevance and importance of business development and licensing in the biopharmaceutical industry.

The importance of the business development and licensing (BD&L) function in the global biopharmaceutical industry has grown significantly over the past 20 years as pharmaceutical companies have sought to supplement their internal R&D with innovative products and technologies sourced from biotechnology and drug delivery companies. This has required companies to employ BD&L executives to search, evaluate, negotiate and alliance manage deals ranging from small biotechnology companies to the largest of the Big Pharma companies. Nowadays all the large companies have BD&L teams, sometimes in excess of 100 people. To inform new BD&L entrants and to improve the professionalism of the experienced BD&L executives, various training courses are offered by not-for-profit associations and commercial organisations. The leading not-for-profit association in Europe for biopharmaceutical executives is the Pharmaceutical Licensing Group and in the US it is the Licensing Executive Society. Both organisations offer basic training courses but as far as is known, the only university accredited Master’s degree qualification in BD&L is the distance learning MSc offered by the University of Manchester. The dissemination of specialist knowledge and best practice is through the journals and conferences of the professional associations. The need for well-qualified BD&L executives in the biopharmaceutical industry is demonstrated by the fact that 25% or more of Big Pharma sales come from third party products and the cost of licensing deals alone is over $200m on average.


The life sciences industry and the changing IP landscape

This article looks at the findings of Marks & Clerk’s 2013 Life Sciences Report, launched in April 2013. Of interest to both R&D/IP experts and professionals in strategic positions within biotechnology companies, it explores many of the issues facing the biotechnology industry and is informed by an industry survey of over 330 international life sciences professionals. Topics explored include the financial climate, growing markets in Asia, IP reforms in the US and Europe, biosimilars and personalised medicine.


Culture and the Principles of Biomedical Ethics

This paper examines the roles of culture in the principles of biomedical ethics.  Drawing on examples from African, Navajo and Western cultures, the paper maintains that various elements of culture are indispensable to the application of the principles of biomedical ethics.


The role of specialization in mutual fund investment strategies: An exploratory study of the life sciences industry.

This paper explores possible differences in investment strategies between specialty and non-specialty funds in the life sciences industry. The results were based on proprietary information collected in telephone interviews from 28 mutual funds locate…


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