Nicholson Price is a professor of law. He teaches and writes in the areas of intellectual property, health law, and regulation, particularly focusing on the law surrounding innovation in the life sciences. He has an extensive collection of colorful bow ties.
He is a core partner at the University of Copenhagen’s Center for Advanced Studies in Biomedical Innovation Law and co-PI of the Project on Precision Medicine, Artificial Intelligence, and the Law.
He previously was an assistant professor of law at the University of New Hampshire School of Law, an academic fellow at the Petrie-Flom Center for Health Law Policy, Biotechnology, and Bioethics at Harvard Law School, and a visiting scholar at the University of California, Hastings College of the Law.
"Hierarchy, Race & Gender in Legal Scholarly Networks"
"Open-Source Clinical Machine Learning Models: Critical Appraisal of Feasibility, Advantages, and Challenges"
"Part I - AI and Data as Medical Devices"
"Distributed Governance of Medical AI"
- Law and Technology
- Health Law
Panelist, "Sharing Medical Research Data: Privacy and Confidentiality," at the University of Utah Law Review Symposium
Panelist, "Health, AI, and the Internet of Things," at Gonzaga Law School Conference on Health & Technology Policy
Panelist, "Intellectual Property: Incentives and Access to Vaccines and Treatments," at Seton Hall Law Conference: Privacy and Intellectual Property in the Age of Coronavirus
Presented, "Public Funding and COVID-19," at the Iowa Law School Business Law Speaker Series
Presented, "How the Pharmaceutical Industry Breaks Patent Law's Value-Reward Link," at the Junior IP Scholars Association Workshop
Presented, "Humans in the Loop in Medical AI," at the AALS Annual Meeting
Panelist, Protecting Patient Privacy in Big Data at the Michigan Dissonance/MiCHAMP Panel
Presenter and moderator, "The Hope, the Hype, The Promise, The Peril," at the Stanford/National Academy of Medicine Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare
Panelist, "Data Sharing and the Individual: The Tension between Privacy and Open Source Data in Science," National Academy of Medicine Annual Meeting