We include below a listing of some useful resources. This listing is a work-in-progress and is not meant as a comprehensive list by any means. We realize that this listing will need to be added to, and updated. We welcome suggestions for additional inclusions.
Product Development Public-private partnerships (“PDPs”):
- Freire, Maria C. "Technology Transfer’s Next Frontier: Global Health as a New Bottom Line." Journal of the Association of University Technology Managers 14 (2002): 1-5.
- Keusch, Gerald T. “Intellectual Property and Licensing and their Impact on Global Public Goods for Health Options for Public Sector and Academic Leadership.” IP Strategy Today 10 (2004): 1-22.
- Gardner , CA , Saha R, and K. Satyanarayana. "Building a “Cottage Industry” for Health (and Wealth): The New Framework for IP Management in India." IP Strategy Today Oct. 2004: 23-58.
- Oehler, Joachim. “The Role of Milestones in Licensing Deals to Assure Access to Health Products in Developing Countries” IP Strategy Today Oct. 2004: 59-70.
- t’Hoen, Ellen F.M. “The Responsibility of Research Universities to Promote Access to Essential Medicines” Yale Journal of Health Policy, Law, and Ethics 3 (2003): 293-300.
- Nelsen, Lita. "The Role of Universities in Assuring Access in Developing Countries." Yale Journal of Health Policy, Law, and Ethics 3 (2003): 301-308.
- Gardner, Charles, and Cathy Garner. "Technology Licensing to Nontraditional Partners: Nonprofit Health Product Development Organizations for Better Global Health." Journal of the Association of University Technology Managers 16 (2004): 29-42.
- Morel, Carlos M. et al. “Health Innovation Networks to Help Developing Countries Address Neglected Diseases.” Science Magazine 309.5733 (2005): 401-404.
- Daar, Abdallah S., et al. “Top Ten Biotechnologies for Improving Health in Developing Countries” Nature Genetics 32 (2002):229-232.
- Kapczynski, Amy et al. “Addressing Global Health Inequities: An Open Licensing Approach for University Innovations.” Berkeley Technology Law Journal 20 (2005): 1031-1114.
- Thorsteinsdottir, Halla, et al. “Introduction: Promoting Global Health Through Biotechnology” Nature Biotechnology 22 Suppl. (2004):DC3-DC7.
- Ferrer, Marcela, et al. “The Scientific Muscle of Brazil’s Health Biotechnology” Nature Biotechnology 22 Suppl. (2004):DC8-DC12.
- Zhenzhen, Li, et al. “Health Biotechnology in China: Reawakening of a Giant” Nature Biotechnology 22 Suppl. (2004):DC13-DC18.
- Thorsteinsdottir, Halla, et al. “ Cuba: Innovation Through Synergy” Nature Biotechnology 22 Suppl. (2004):DC19-DC24.
- Abdelgafar, Basma, et al. “The Emergence of Egyptian Biotechnology From Generics” Nature Biotechnology 22 Suppl. (2004):DC25-DC30.
- Kumar, Nandini K., et al. “Indian Biotechnology: Rapidly Evolving and Industry-Led” Nature Biotechnology 22 Suppl. (2004):DC31-DC36.
- Motari, M. et al. “ South Africa: Blazing a Trail for African Biotechnology” Nature Biotechnology 22 Suppl. (2004):DC37-DC41.
- Wong, Joseph, et al. “South Korean Biotechnology: A Rising Industrial and Scientific Powerhouse” Nature Biotechnology 22 Suppl. (2004):DC42-DC47.
- Thorsteinsdottir, Halla, et al. “Conclusions: Promoting Biotechnology Innovation in Developing Countries” Nature Biotechnology 22 Suppl. (2004):DC48-DC7.
- Bernstein, Karen. “Third World Solutions” BioCentury 13 (March 28, 2005):A1-A11.
- Hale, Victoria. “Private Sector Mercy” The New York Times, August 19 2005.
- Kapczynski, Amy, et al. “Global Health and University Patents” Science 310 (2003):1629.
- Editorial. “Wanted: Social Entrepeneurs” Nature 434 (2005):941. See responses to this editorial by Ashley J. Stevens ( Nature 435:561) and Dave A. Chokshi ( Nature 435:143)
- Salicrup, Luis A. and Mark L. Rohrbaugh. “Partnerships In Technology Transfer: An Innovative Program To Enhance Biomedical Research And Global Health” International Microbiology 8 (2005):1-3.
- Harris, Eva and Marcel Tanner. “Health Technology Transfer” BMJ 321(2000):817-820.
- Acharya, Tara, et al. “Strengthening the Role of Genomics in Global Health” Public Library of Science Medicine 1 (2004):195-197.
- Slamanca-Buentello, Fabio, et al. “Nanotechnology and the Developing World” Public Library of Science Medicine 2 (2005):383-386.
Books of interest
- Prahalad, CK. Fortune at the Bottom of the Pyramid. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Wharton School, 2004.
- Mokyr, Joel. The Gifts of Athena: Historical Origins of the Knowledge Economy. Princeton, NJ: Princeton UP, 2002.
- Adams, Robert McCormick. Paths of Fire: An Anthropologist’s Inquiry into Western Technology. Princeton, NJ: Princeton UP, 1996. 71.
- Bornstein, David. How to Change the World: Social Entrepreneurs and the Power of New Ideas. London: Oxford UP, 2004.
- Garrett, L. Betrayal of Trust: The Collapse of Global Public Health. New York, NY: Hyperion, 2001.
- Kidder, T. Mountains Beyond Mountains. New York, NY: Random House, 2004.
- Farmer, P. Pathologies of Power: Health, Human Rights, and the New War on the Poor. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 2004.
- Kim, J.Y. Dying for Growth: Global Inequality and the Health of the Poor. Common Courage Press, 2000.
- Kapczynski, A. 2003. Access to Essential Medicines and University Research: Building Best Practices. Available from the Center of Interdisciplinary Research on AIDS at Yale University: http://cira.med.yale.edu/law_policy_ethics/access_ess.pdf.
Organizations involved in IP, technology transfer and global health equity efforts:
The information provided on this site is still a work-in-progress and is undertaken mostly by TMGH volunteers. So, it is not meant to be comprehensive by any means. We realize that this informational resource will need to be added to, and updated frequently. We welcome suggestions for additional inclusions and edits.