Heled Receives Promotion & Tenure, Named IP Center Co-director

Center for Law, Health & Society faculty member, Yaniv Heled, was promoted to associate professor and granted tenure, as well as being named co-director of the new Center for Intellectual Property.
 
Heled practiced intellectual property law with Goodwin Proctor LLP in New York, His dissertation for his J.S.D. from Columbia University School of Law focused on the regulation of novel biomedical technologies. His work since joining the Georgia State faculty has continued to focus on the legal and ethical aspects of biomedical technologies, such as biologics and biosimilars, stem cells, cloning and DNA sequencing and testing. His most recent work has focused on the regulation of biosimilars and regulatory competitive shelters, an increasingly important type of government benefit afforded to technology developers.
 
“Yaniv’s promotion, tenure, and co-directorship in the new IP center reflect the extraordinary work that he has completed at the intersection of biological science and intellectual property,” said Leslie Wolf, director of the Center for Law, Health & Society. “We look forward to working together with the IP center on topics of common interest.”