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Webinar Overview of the MedsPaL Database(patent info and legal status of selected essential medicines in >130 low- and middle income countries), September 15, 2020 10:00am EST | 4:00pm CET

  • 14 Sep 2020 11:58 PM
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    Overview of the MedsPaL Database September 15, 2020 10:00am EST | 4:00pm CET

    Amina Maillard
    Medicines Patent Pool

    September 15, 2020
    10:00am EST | 4:00pm CET

    Zoom Registration: https://tinyurl.com/webinarseptember15
    After registering, you will receive a confirmation email
    containing information about joining the meeting.  

    Note: A webinar recording would be available at the Infojustice website after the event.

    MedsPaL is the Medicines Patent Pool’s patents and licenses database, a free resource provides information on the intellectual property status of selected patent essential medicines in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). The database includes patent and licensing data covering over 8,500 national patent applications on 110 priority medicines (220 formulations) in more than 130 LMICs. In March 2020, it was expanded to provide patent information on treatments currently being tested for COVID-19.

    MedsPaL: www.medspal.org

    Amina Maillard joined the Medicines Patent Pool in September 2018 as Patent Information Manager. Part of the Policy and Advocacy team, she manages our Patents and Licenses Database MedsPaL and performs patent searches and analyses.

    This webinar is hosted by the FTA-Medicines-Empirics Network, an informal group formed at the Global Congress on Intellectual Property and the Public Interest in 2018. Its goal is to advance the empirical study of the impact of TRIPS-Plus Free Trade Agreements (and FTA provisions) on access to pharmaceuticals, vaccines, and diagnostics. To join the email list, visit tinyurl.com/fme-subscribe  

     https://www.wcl.american.edu/impact/initiatives-programs/pijip/events/overview-of-the-medspal-database/?_ga=2.156109499.1060094101.1599881546-1071698133.1599881546

    (Hosted by The Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property (PIJIP)), Washington College of Law of  American University (Washington, DC))

    About MedsPaL

     

    MedsPaL provides information on the patent and licensing status of selected HIV, hepatitis C, tuberculosis and other patented essential medicines in low- and middle-income countries. For more detailed and up-to-date information on a given patent application, MedsPaL users are encouraged to contact the national patent office or consult legal counsel.

    (access to a searchable  and downloadable database) https://www.medspal.org/?page=1

     Q&A on MedsPaL  https://medicinespatentpool.org/what-we-do/medspal/


    Additional info:

    Below are examples of patent application and publication numbers from MedsPaL for some of countries, normally not available in other public or commercial databases, with indication if PCT application data is available. MedsPaL has been sourced such data from multiple sources, some of them beyond the conventional patent searcher's tools (See  Q5 at MedsPaL Q&A)

    Update 9/15/2020 1:40 PM : A table below has been extended by publication numbers and indication of use of.PCT filing.



    CC

    Country

    Patent application

    Publication No.

    PCT route


    AG

    Antigua and Barbuda

    AG20020001

     

    PCT


    AO

    Angola

    AO258

     

    PCT


    BB

    Barbados

    BB0000033

     



    BD

    Bangladesh

    BD59.98

     

    PCT


    BI

    Burundi

    BI20020004

     

    PCT


    BS

    Bahamas

    BS2441

     



    BZ

    Belize

    BZ323.03

     



    CD

    Congo, democratic Republic of the

    CDNP/002/EXT/2016

    CD2016/4386


    ET

    Ethiopia

    ET/PI/15/184

    ET135



    FJ

    Fiji

    FJ1214

     



    GD

    Grenada

    GD201507

     



    GT

    Guatemala

    GT199800069

    GT4700

    PCT


    GY

    Guyana

    GY1525

     

    PCT


    IQ

    Iraq

    IQ155/2006

     



    JM

    Jamaica

    JM18.1.4167

    JM3575

    PCT


    JO

    Jordan

    JOP19982032

    JO2032B1

    PCT


    KH

    Cambodia

    EP18886104

     



    KI

    Kiribati

    KI1.2000

     



    KP

    Korea (Democratic People's Republic of)

    KP07-4692

     



    LA

    Lao People's Democratic Republic (the)

    LAPT234

     



    LB

    Lebanon

    LB96.01.0149359

    LB5955

    PCT


    LC

    Saint Lucia

    LCPT01/2005

     



    LY

    Libya

    LY509.98

     

    PCT


    MA

    Morocco

    MA25078

    MA26498A1

    PCT


    MG

    Madagascar

    MG2003-007

    MG272



    MU

    Mauritius

    MU1157.652

    MU00024/2012

    PCT


    NG

    Nigeria

    NG164.98

    NG13708

    PCT


    NP

    Nepal

    NP669

     



    NR

    Nauru

    NR2430014

     



    SB

    Solomon Islands

    SB37.205

     



    SC

    Seychelles

    SC0434450

     



    SY

    Syrian Arab Republic

    SY5228

     

    PCT


    TC

    Turks and Caicos Islands

    TC03709903.3

     



    TN

    Tunisia

    TNSN98065

    TN18129 TNSN98065A1

    PCT


    TT

    Trinidad and Tobago

    TT/A/05/00071

     

    PCT


    TV

    Tuvalu

    TVP1301519

     



    VG

    Virgin Islands (British)

    VG414/5/2015

     



    VU

    Vanuatu

    VU22008

     



    WS

    Samoa

    WS03709903.3

     



    [XK]

    Kosovo

    KV2002045

     



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