Penn State's Dickinson Law News


November 2018

Panel highlights legal, business side of using human health data in research

Panel highlights legal, business side of using human health data in research

November 5, 2018 — A panel of Penn State experts discussed legal and ethical challenges for researchers who conduct research that involves human health data, as well as free resources available to Penn State researchers seeking to take products to market. From left to right: Tom Sharbaugh, professor of practice, Penn State Law, and director of Penn State’s Entrepreneur Assistance Clinic located in the Happy Valley LaunchBox; Ryan Gilmore, technical director, Institute for CyberScience; Rachel Herder, assistant professor of clinical law, Penn State Law, and director of Penn State’s Intellectual Property Clinic; Reuben Kraft, Penn State assistant professor of mechanical and biomedical engineering and ICS faculty co-hire; and Anne Toomey McKenna, distinguished scholar of cyber law and policy, Institute for CyberScience and Penn State’s Dickinson Law.

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