Stanford Center For Law And The Biosciences Podcast Series

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Synopsis

Examining the impact of biotech discoveries on society and the law's role in shaping that impact.

Episodes

  • Biosimilars, Brain Myths, Orphan Drugs, and Ebola

    Biosimilars, Brain Myths, Orphan Drugs, and Ebola

    21/10/2014 Duration: 41min

    Hank Greely, Patti Zettler, Dmitry Karshtedt, and Stephanie Bair discuss new developments related to the Biosimilars Act and FDA's orphan drug program, the policy implications of brain myths, and the current Ebola crisis.

  • Mini-Podcast with Anna Laakman.

    Mini-Podcast with Anna Laakman.

    07/10/2014 Duration: 06min

    Anna Laakman from Lewis and Clark law school discusses her recent work with Hank Greely.

  • Right to Try, Heart Valve Patents, GMO Labelling, and Neuroscience and Johnny Cash

    Right to Try, Heart Valve Patents, GMO Labelling, and Neuroscience and Johnny Cash

    30/05/2014 Duration: 42min

    Hank Greely, Patti Zettler, Jake Sherkow, and Malia McPherson discuss Right to Try laws, Heart Valve Patents, GMO Labelling, and Neuroscience and Johnny Cash.

  • Zohydro, Ebola, Biosimilars, and Ninth Circuit En Banc Decision

    Zohydro, Ebola, Biosimilars, and Ninth Circuit En Banc Decision

    25/04/2014 Duration: 35min

    Hank Greely, Patti Zettler, and Jake Sherkow discuss the Zohydro litigation, Ebola, Biosimilars, and the Ninth Circuit's recent en banc decision.

  • Myriad Genetics, Whole Genome Sequencing, Tooth Whitening and Antitrust, Mitochondrial Transfer, and Alzheimers Testing

    Myriad Genetics, Whole Genome Sequencing, Tooth Whitening and Antitrust, Mitochondrial Transfer, and Alzheimer's Testing

    28/03/2014 Duration: 37min

    Hank Greely, Patti Zettler, and Jake Sherkow discuss the Myriad Genetics case, the inaccuracies of whole genome sequencing and Alzheimer's testing, tooth whitening and antitrust, and the ethics of mitochondrial transfer.

  • Mini-Podcast with Rebecca Dresser.

    Mini-Podcast with Rebecca Dresser.

    28/01/2014 Duration: 07min

    Rebecca Dresser from Washington University in Saint Louis discusses her recent work with Hank Greely.

  • Mini-Podcast with Victoria Stodden.

    Mini-Podcast with Victoria Stodden.

    28/01/2014 Duration: 05min

    Victoria Stodden from Columbia law school discusses her recent work with Hank Greely.

  • Mini-Podcast with Ryan Abbott.

    Mini-Podcast with Ryan Abbott.

    21/01/2014 Duration: 08min

    Ryan Abbott from Southwestern discusses his recent work with Jake Sherkow and Patti Zettler.

  • De-extinction, CTE, Hollowing out of the NIH, Maryland v. King, Gene Patenting, and FDA Regulation of Genetic Testing.

    De-extinction, CTE, Hollowing out of the NIH, Maryland v. King, Gene Patenting, and FDA Regulation of Genetic Testing.

    27/12/2013 Duration: 29min

    Hank Greely, Patti Zettler, and Jake Sherkow discuss de-extinction, chronic traumatic encephalopathy, the hollowing out of the NIH, the Maryland v. King case, gene patenting, and FDA's regulation of genetic testing.

  • Mini-Podcast with Francis X. Shen.

    Mini-Podcast with Francis X. Shen.

    29/11/2013 Duration: 07min

    Francis X. Shen from Minnesota discusses her recent work with Hank Greely.

  • Abortion Statutes, Donor Sibling, and Prenatal Genetic Test Patents.

    Abortion Statutes, Donor Sibling, and Prenatal Genetic Test Patents.

    29/11/2013 Duration: 36min

    Hank Greely, Patti Zettler, and Jake Sherkow discuss Oklahoma abortion statutes, donor siblings and insurance coverage, and prenatal genetic test patents.

  • Mini-Podcast with Jill Horwitz.

    Mini-Podcast with Jill Horwitz.

    22/11/2013 Duration: 07min

    Jill Horwitz from UCLA discusses her recent work with Hank Greely.

  • Mini-Podcast with Michelle Oberman.

    Mini-Podcast with Michelle Oberman.

    25/10/2013 Duration: 12min

    Michelle Oberman from Santa Clara discusses her recent work with Hank Greely.

  • GINA, Acetaminophen, Football and Concussions, and PAC 12 and Nobel Prizes.

    GINA, Acetaminophen, Football and Concussions, and PAC 12 and Nobel Prizes.

    25/10/2013 Duration: 29min

    Hank Greely, Patti Zettler, and Jake Sherkow discuss exceptions to the Genetic Non-discrimination Act, acetaminophen and liver damage, football and concussions, and recent Nobel prize winners.

  • Mini-Podcast with David Kaye.

    Mini-Podcast with David Kaye.

    11/10/2013 Duration: 07min

    David Kaye from Penn State discusses his recent work with Hank Greely.

  • Mini-Podcast with Dan Burk.

    Mini-Podcast with Dan Burk.

    04/10/2013 Duration: 04min

    Dan Burk from UC Irvine discusses his recent work with Jake Sherkow.

  • Blood Samples, Haskell v. Harris, Synthetic Drugs, Human Egg Research.

    Blood Samples, Haskell v. Harris, Synthetic Drugs, Human Egg Research.

    30/08/2013 Duration: 31min

    Hank Greely, Patti Zettler, and Jake Sherkow discuss a lawsuit to remove a blood sample from the federal government's possession, synthetic drugs in New Zealand, and the veto of a California Bill that would legalize a stipend for human eggs donated for research purposes.

  • Mini-Podcast with Hank Greely and Jake Sherkow: Supreme Court Wrap-Up Special.

    Mini-Podcast with Hank Greely and Jake Sherkow: Supreme Court Wrap-Up Special.

    07/06/2013 Duration: 23min

    Hank Greely and Jake Sherkow discuss recent Supreme Court Cases.

  • Gleevec, Disability Law, and the HeLa Genome.

    Gleevec, Disability Law, and the HeLa Genome.

    31/05/2013 Duration: 28min

    Hank Greely, Jake Sherkow,and Matt Lamkin discuss the cancer treatment Gleevec, disability law, and the sequencing of the HeLA genome.

  • Monsanto, MERS, Patenting the Gut Microbiome, De-extinction.

    31/05/2013 Duration: 28min
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