AUTM Podcast Episode on Navigating the Nagoya Protocol
The AUTM on the Air podcast has recently produced an episode featuring the NIH’s Dr. Mukul Ranjan discussing the origins of the Nagoya Protocol and its ongoing challenges, as well as the United States’ decision to not participate. The Nagoya Protocol is a supplement to the UN’s convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) that has an impact on international research collaborations.
The podcast features Dr. Ranjan, Senior Advisor for Innovation and Technology Transfer at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), and is hosted by Lisa Mueller, shareholder at IP law firm Casmir Jones. You can listen to their podcast episode on the Nagoya Protocol on AUTM’s website.