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IPR Handbook for Pharma Students and Researchers
Author(s) :Parikshit Bansal

ISBN : 9788188449377
Name : IPR Handbook for Pharma Students and Researchers
Price : 1595.00
Author/s : Parikshit Bansal
Type : Text Book
Pages : 214
Year of Publication : 2008
Publisher : PharmaMed Press/BSP Books
Binding : Hardback

About the Book

DO YOU NEED TO BE A MECHANICAL ENGINEER TO DRIVE A CAR? THEN WHY SHOULD YOU BE A LEGAL / IP EXPERT TO UTILIZE THE BENEFITS OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS (IPRS) FOR RESEARCH? ALL YOU NEED TO BE IS A QUALIFIED PHARMA PROFESSIONAL, WHICH YOU ALREADY ARE!! For pharma students & researchers, learning about IPRs and patents can be a frustrating experience! Many consider IPRs and patent related aspects to be in the realm of law schools. Nothing could be farther from the truth! Knowledge of IPRs especially patents can be a powerful tool for researchers-not only helping in practical application of research for benefit of society, but also in helping researchers and institutes to earn money!!

This profound book will show you how to:

File a patent

Identify commercially relevant research

Prevent duplication of research and also 'trespassing' on other's work

Improve the overall quality and impact of your research

Identify new career opportunities- which you never knew!

Familiarize you with important international treaties- which nobody told you about but which as a pharma professional, you are expected to know! GATT/WTO, HATCH WAXMAN ACT, DOHA DECLARATION..

Contents

1. What are IPRs? 2. How are IPRs practically useful for pharma students and researchers? 3. How can I file a patent? 4. How should I commercialize my patent? 5. How can I integrate IPRs into my research work? 6. Why are ethics important in the study of IPRs? 7. What are the important treaties and international agreements I should be aware of as a Pharma student? 8 What are the career options for me in the area of IPRs? 9. How can I improve my qualifications in the area of IPRs?

About the Author

Dr.Parikshit Bansal, in this thought-provoking book, explains IPR concepts and fundamentals in a remarkably simple format. Illustrative stories, practical examples, useful weblinks- all make the book a 'practical tool' for pharma students and researchers. For policy makers and teachers who want to introduce IPR teaching in their course curriculum, this handbook can double up as an easy-to-use 'teaching manual'!!

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