Thank you and farewell

By Timo Minssen

I have now left Harvard Law School and returned to Europe and commenced my work with IPRs and “biobanking” as a visiting research fellow at the University of Oxford. I remember the months as a PFC guest scholar with much gratitude and joy. I was impressed by the dynamic atmosphere and the great opportunities that the PFC and Harvard Law School offers. Multiple events and interdisciplinary discussions provided so much stimulation for my own research. I was particularly fascinated by the depth and intensity of the debates that enfolded after various presentations at Harvard and MIT.

I am also very happy that I was asked to continue blogging on “Bill of Health”. I will do so with great pleasure and hope to stay in touch with my esteemed PFC colleagues and fellow bloggers.

So long and thanks again/

Timo Minssen

Timo Minssen

Timo Minssen is Professor of Law at the University of Copenhagen (UCPH) and the Founder and Managing Director of UCPH's Center for Advanced Studies in Biomedical Innovation Law (CeBIL). He is also affiliated with Lund University as a researcher in Quantum Law. His research concentrates on Intellectual Property, Competition & Regulatory Law with a special focus on new technologies in the pharma, life science & biotech sectors including biologics and biosimilars. His studies comprise a plethora of legal issues emerging in the lifecycle of biotechnological and medical products and processes - from the regulation of research and incentives for innovation to technology transfer and commercialization.

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