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"Research and Intellectual Property Protection”

An afternoon inspiration meeting for students and researchers within life science

23.02.2018 | Zitta Glattrup Nygaard

Dato tir 06 mar
Tid 14:00 16:00
Sted Kollokvierum, build. 1231-114

A two hours interactive teaching session, which will cover:

  • What is a patent? An overview of the patent application process.
  • How long does it take to get a patent application granted?
  • When are you going to patent?
  • Can you both patent and publish? How to secure your research/invention before disclosure.
  • When are you an inventor? Inventor versus co-author?
  • Can you use a technology that others organizations have patented in your own research, i.e. CRISPR/Cas9 〉
  • Complex Prior art /Freedom to Operate – impact on commercial strategy

By Patent attorney Susanne Høiberg, Høiberg

Susanne Høiberg is a medical doctor and European patent attorney. Since 1991, Susanne has been working on all aspects of patents, especially in the field of life science and medicine technology in the company Høiberg. In addition to conducting litigation on behalf of her clients, Susanne also acts as a judge and judge in patent cases and is an expert judge at the Maritime and Commercial Court and Vestre Landsret. In addition, Susanne has written a large number of articles about IPR as well as author of articles for Danish Intellectual Property Law, 2015.

A business developer from AU Technology Transfer Office will be present to answer your questions during the meeting.  

Venue: Kollokvierum, build. 1231-114, the Department of Biomedicine

Registration: https://auws.au.dk/ready_to_invent

Programme (pdf)

The meeting is organized by
the Department of Biomedicine &
Corporate Relations and Technology Transfer, AU

Møde, Forskning, Ph.d.-studerende, Institut for Biomedicin, Institut for Biomedicin, Studerende, Videnskabelig medarbejder, Forskningsårsstuderende