We are delighted to be collaborating with the University of Manchester Innovation Factory for their Digital Health Series, ‘IP for Digital Health Technologies’.
Venner Shipley Partner’s, Gary Whiting and Peter Thorniley will be presenting via webinar for the first part of the event, covering how Intellectual Property (IP) rights can be put to work to reward and commercialise innovation. They will also look at the broader IP strategy during digital health product development, from conception and initial research to advertising, marketing and sales as well as future developments.
Gary and Peter will cover the various IP rights that can be used to protect a digital health product and then provide general tips and tricks using example case studies covering both hardware and software solutions and services. Examples include telemedicine, health apps, wearable devices, and virtual reality, as well as data driven approaches revolutionising research and R&D in molecular biology/biochemistry wet lab-driven projects in the life sciences sector. We will pay particular, but not exclusive, attention to how developments in artificial intelligence should be seen and understood in this context.
About Digital Health Series:
This Digital Health Series is targeted at the multi-disciplinary Digital Health sector including clinicians, researchers, and scientists with a wide range of expertise in healthcare, engineering, social sciences, public health, health economics and data management.
For more information and to register to attend, click here.
Gary is a UK and European patent attorney in our Electronics and Engineerng department. Gary has been working with patents, mainly in the fields of electronics, software, telecommunications, engineering and semiconductors.
Peter is a partner in our Electronics and Engineering department and a member of the firm’s AI practice group.