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  • Governing Medical Knowledge Commons
  • Online publication date: October 2017
  • pp v-vi
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press

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Contents

  1. List of Contributors

  2. Knowledge Commons and the Road to Medical Commons

    Katherine J. Strandburg, Brett M. Frischmann, and Michael J. Madison

  3. 1The Knowledge Commons Framework

    Katherine J. Strandburg, Brett M. Frischmann, and Michael J. Madison

  4. 2Leviathan in the Commons: Biomedical Data and the State

    Jorge L. Contreras

  5. 3Centralization, Fragmentation, and Replication in the Genomic Data Commons

    Peter Lee

  6. 4Genomic Data Commons

    Barbara J. Evans

  7. 5Population Biobanks’ Governance: A Case Study of Knowledge Commons

    Andrea Boggio

  8. 6The Sentinel Initiative as a Knowledge Commons

    Ryan Abbott

  9. 7Cancer: From a Kingdom to a Commons

    Michael Mattioli

  10. 8The Greatest Generational Impact: Open Neuroscience as an Emerging Knowledge Commons

    Maja Larson and Margaret Chon

  11. 9Better to Give Than to Receive: An Uncommon Commons in Synthetic Biology

    Andrew W. Torrance

  12. 10Governance of Biomedical Research Commons to Advance Clinical Translation: Lessons from the Mouse Model Community

    Tania Bubela, Rhiannon Adams, Shubha Chandrasekharan, Amrita Mishra, and Songyan Liu

  13. 11Constructing Interdisciplinary Collaboration: The Oncofertility Consortium as an Emerging Knowledge Commons

    Laura G. Pedraza-Fariña

  14. 12The Application of User Innovation and Knowledge Commons Governance to Mental Health Intervention

    Glenn Saxe and Mary Acri

  15. 13Challenges and Opportunities in Developing and Sharing Solutions by Patients and Caregivers: The Story of a Knowledge Commons for the Patient Innovation Project

    Pedro Oliveira, Leid Zejnilović, and Helena Canhão

  16. 14Chronic Disease, New Thinking, and Outlaw Innovation: Patients on the Edge in the Knowledge Commons

    Stephen Flowers

  17. 15The North American Mitochondrial Disease Consortium: A Developing Knowledge Commons

    Katherine J. Strandburg and Brett M. Frischmann

  18. 16The Consortium of Eosinophilic Gastrointestinal Disease Researchers (CEGIR): An Emerging Knowledge Commons

    Katherine J. Strandburg and Stefan Bechtold

  19. Governing Knowledge Commons: An Appraisal

    Katherine J. Strandburg, Brett M. Frischmann, and Michael J. Madison