Second Day, 27th May 2022

Theme 2. Public Health Systems: Legal Traps between Autonomy and Medical Liability

10.00. A Few Considerations Regarding Public Health Systems and AI (A team from San Matteo Hospital, Pavia)

11.00. ASHCROFT, RICHARD, Deputy Dean Law School, City University , London

Law, Ethics, Technology and Uncertainty: Thinking about Regulation in a Time of Rapid Change

Prof. Richard Ashcroft is a Deputy Dean of the Law School at City University of London, where he is also Professor of Bioethics. He has taught in medical schools and law schools at a number of UK universities. He publishes mainly on the ethics of medical research and on public health ethics. He has a special interest in the relationship between human rights and bioethics. He has served on a number of public commissions, including the working group on human genome editing of the Nuffield Council on Bioethics.

12.00. TIMO MINSSEN,  Founding Director of UCPH’s Center for Advanced Studies in Biomedical Innovation Law (CeBIL), University of Copenhagen

The Times They Are A-Changin’: ELSPI Perspectives on Big Data, Smart Data, AI & Quantum Technologies in the Health & Life Sciences

Timo Minssen is Professor of Law at the University of Copenhagen (UCPH) and the Founding Director of UCPH’s Center for Advanced Studies in Biomedical Innovation Law (CeBIL). His research focus is on new technologies, big data & artificial intelligence in the health & life sciences. Timo is member of several international committees and regularly advising the WHO, WIPO, EU Commission, various research organizations, national governments and law firms. He presents his research at international symposia, major law firms, the Universities of Oxford, Cambridge, Hong Kong & Tokyo,  Harvard Law School, Harvard Business School, Stanford Law School, Yale, MIT, the Broad institute, as well as at the  WHO, WIPO, European Medicines Agency and National Ehics Councils etc. Timo’s research has been featured in i.a., Nature Biotechnology, Nature Genetics, Nature Electronics, Nature PJ Digital Medicine, The Lancet Digital Health, PLoS-Computational Biology, Biotech. J., Drug Discovery, JLB, BLR, Person.Med., IIC, EIPR, ECLR, JIPLP, GRUR Int., Chi.-Kent J. Intell. Prop., IPQ, QMJIP, NIR & EUConst.LR. He is also a regular contributor on Harvard Law School’s “Bill of Health” blog.

13.00. Roundtable Debate: International Guests and University of Pavia Scholars: Public Health Systems and the new Technologies

15.00. Students’ Participation

15.30-17.00. PBL Scenario 2