Public Health Sciences
Edmonton Clinic Health Academy
Tania Bubela is an expert in innovation metrics and empirical analysis of commercialization and IP policies. As an associate professor in the Department of Public Health Sciences at the School of Public Health and adjunct professor in the School of Business at the University of Alberta, she combines legal training with a PhD in biology and expertise in genetics and molecular biology. She provides advice for Government Health and Science agencies, including licensing and research agreement best practices for inter-institutional science projects and databases. She researches large collaborative science networks in genomics and stem cell biology. Her research is funded by CIHR, the Canadian Stem Cell Network and Genome Canada. She has over 60 publications in law, ethics and science policy, including in high impact journals such as Nature, Nature Biotechnology, Cell Stem Cell, Trends in Biotechnology, American Journal of Bioethics and Science Translational Medicine.
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