Professor Simone Rose makes presentation at the sixth annual Spring Symposium hosted by the Biotechnology & Pharmaceutical Law Review

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Simone Rose is an award winning teacher and active scholar writing about intellectual property. Her scholarship includes such cutting edge topics as the intersection of patent law with biotechnology and stem cell research and the ethical issues that these topics present for lawyers and for society.

Professor Simone Rose will present ”The America Invents Act, Perfect Fit, Reasonable Compromise or Falling Short” at the sixth annual Spring Symposium hosted by the Biotechnology & Pharmaceutical Law Review (BPLR) on Friday, March 30, in the North Carolina Biotechnology Center in Raleigh.   
This year’s symposium, ”Navigating Technology and Pharmaceutical law in a Technological World,” will focus on the internet and its influential impacts on clinical research and other biotech and pharmaceutical collaborative efforts in research, and protecting intellectual property and patent law.
You can learn more about the symposium here .