Peer-reviewed publications by UAEM Authors

Recent Experiences In Policy Implementation of Socially Responsible Liscensing in Select Universities Across Europe and North America: Identifying Key Provisions to Promote Global Access to Health Technologies, 2018, Thi-Yen Nguyen, Mohammad Shahzad and Juliana Veras

ReRouting biomedical innovation: observations from a mapping of the alternative research and development (R&D) landscape, 2016, Ali Greenberg, Rachel Kiddell-Monroe

Should academic therapeutic patents go to the highest bidder?, 2014, Bryan Collinsworth, Sarah Crager

What Is the Public’s Right to Access Medical Discoveries Based on Federally Funded Research?, 2014, Carolyn Treasure, Jerry Avorn, Aaron Kesselheim

A Non-State Centric Governance Framework for Global Health, 2013, Rachel Kiddell-Monroe

First Universities Allied for Essential Medicines (UAEM) Neglected Diseases and Innovation Symposium, 2012, Laura W. Musselwhite, Karolina Maciag, Alex Lankowski, Michael C. Gretes, Thomas E. Wellems, Gloria Tavera, Rebecca E. Goulding and Ethan Guillen

Generic drugs for developing nations, 2010, Karolina Maciag, Sandeep P. Kishore Nature Reviews Microbiology

The Silent Epidemic of Exclusive University Licensing Policies on Compounds for Neglected Diseases and Beyond, 2010, Connie Chen, Taylor Gilliland, Jay Purcell, and Sandeep Kishore

Rethinking global access to vaccines, 2008, Dave A. Chokshi and Aaron S Kesselheim

Seeding a Global Movement on Neglected Diseases, 2008, Sandeep P. Kishore

Leveraging University Research to Advance Global Health, 2007, Dave A. Chokshi and Rahul Rajkumar

Improving Access to Medicines in Poor Countries: The Role of Universities, 2006, Dave A. Chokshi

Addressing Global Health Inequities: An Open Licensing Approach for University Innovations, 2005, Amy Kapczynski, Samantha Chaifetz, Zachary Katz, Yochai Benkler

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