New Journal of Law & Biosciences featuring Harvard student work
The Journal of Law and the Biosciences, the open-access journal launched in 2014 by the Petrie-Flom Center and Harvard Law School in partnership with Duke University and Stanford University, has published several articles in recent weeks by Harvard students:
Emily A. Largent, Harvard Law School and Harvard University, Recently proposed changes to legal and ethical guidelines governing human subjects research, J Law Biosci 3 (1), first published online February 6, 2016.
Ian Vincent McGonigle, Harvard University, Patenting nature or protecting culture? Ethnopharmacology and indigenous intellectual property rights, J Law Biosci 3 (1), first published online February 6, 2016.
J. Bradley Segal, Harvard Medical School, Inherited proclivity: When should neurogenetics mitigate moral culpability for purposes of sentencing?, J Law Biosci 3 (1), first published online February 15, 2016.
Naren P. Tallapragada, Harvard Medical School, Off-patent drugs at brand-name prices: a puzzle for policymakers, J Law Biosci 3 (1), first published online February 25, 2016.