Intellectual Property Rights in e-Health: Balancing Out the Interest at Stake - A Herculean Task
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This article contains an analysis of the relevant intellectual property rights concerning e-health projects using grid computing infrastructure within a clinical trial environment. There are two important issues at stake: which (intellectual) property rights arise during the course of such a project and which patient rights have to be regarded? This article aims to answer these questions. The answers shall contribute to the current discussion in this field. The case of study is the project Advancing Clinico Genomic Trials on Cancer (ACGT), a European integrated project funded by the European Union.
|Journal||International Journal of Private Law|
|Number of pages||13|
|Publication status||Published - 2010|
- Faculty of Law - Grid Infrastructures, Intellectual Property Rights, Copyrights, Patents, IP Framework, Rights Management