Title Viral sovereignty and technology transfer : the changing global system for sharing pathogens for public health research / edited by Sam Halabi, Rebecca Katz
Imprint Cambridge ; New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2020
book jacket
 人文社會聯圖  RA441 .V57 2020    AVAILABLE    30660020244112
Descript 213 pages ; 24 cm
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Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Introduction: Viral sovereignty, technology transfer, and the changing global system for sharing pathogens for public health research / Sam Halabi and Rebecca Katz -- The history of accessing and sharing human pathogens for public health / Michelle Rourke -- Attitudes towards transfers of human samples across borders : a multi-country perspective / Ben Krohmal -- The scope of global infectious disease research : field capture, quarantine, and sample transfer to detect emerging pathogen threats / Brian Bird -- The ethics of conducting genomic research in low-resource settings / Hayley K. Sullivan and Benjamin E. Berkman -- The ethics of human pathogen research during public health emergencies in low-and middle income countries : lessons from Latin America and the Caribbean / Sam Halabi -- Biosecurity, biosafety and the management of dangerous pathogens for public health research / Joshua Teperowski Monrad and Rebecca Katz -- Human rights implications of pathogen sharing and technology transfer / Alexandra Phelan -- Material transfer agreements and the regulation of the collaborative environment / Sherry Brett-Major -- Sharing of biological samples during public health emergencies : challenges and opportunities for national and international action / Maria Julia Marinissen, Ruvani Chandrasekera, John Maria Julia Marinissen, Ruvani Chandrasekera, John Simpson, Theodore Kuschak, and Simpson, Theodore Kuschak, and Lauren Barna -- Facilitating material transfer agreements from a practitioner's perspective / Michael Mowatt and Mukul Ranjan -- The pandemic influenza preparedness framework as an access and benefit sharing mechanism / Anne Huvos, Steven A. Solomon and Claudia Nannini
"The history of accessing pathogens for public health research closely follows the history of accessing other (non-pathogenic) genetic resources for all forms of biological research. The genetic resources that were previously considered to be the common heritage of humankind are now subject to (sometimes conflicting) claims of intellectual property protections and sovereign rights"-- Provided by publisher
Subject Public health -- International cooperation
Research -- International cooperation
Molecular biology -- Technology transfer
Pathogenic viruses -- Research
Communicable diseases -- Prevention
World health
Alt Author Halabi, Sam F., editor
Katz, Rebecca, 1973- editor