Centre For Law And Policy:
The Centre for Health Law and policy is an interdisciplinary centre and it aims to encourage, promote and support innovative, scholarship including teaching, research, consultancy and advocacy in areas of the healthcare law. The activities of the centre include fostering collaborative links across institutions and fields related to health law, alliance with professional associations and bodies encaged in promotion of health of people, undertake research projects on various issues coming under health law and policies.
Centre For Intellectual Property Rights :
Realising the importance of IPR ‘ The Centre For Intellectual Property Rights’ (CIPR) was established to promote Intellectual Property awareness in the society, and to encourage research in the emerging arena of Intellectual Property. The twin primary goals of the centre are to enhance research and expertise pro-actively in the novel and the emerging fields of intellectual property law, as well as to become a source of information and expertise on the subject to stakeholders.
- Emerging trends in biomedical and genetic technologies.
- Ethical issues of use of biomedical technologies on human beings.
- Biomedical technologies and access to healthcare International and national scenario.
- Biomedical technologies and its impact on public health.
- Biomedical and Genetic technologies.
- Involvement of and need for iteration of human rights.
- Genetic privacy and confidentiality of data.
- Regulation of bio-banks.
- Intellectual Property Systemic responses to novel biomedical technologies.
- Possibilities of anti-commons effect.
- Importance of level playing field in emerging technologies-defining and facilitating ideal competition.
- Involvement of intellectual property in novel health.