National Academy of Medicine, Longevity Grand Challenge Kick-off Dinner
Healthy Longevity Grand Challenge Kickoff Dinner
Wednesday, March 6, 2018
Reception 5:45 p.m. | Dinner at 6:15 p.m.
NAS Building | Washington, DC
Nicole Shanahan, CEO, ClearAccessIP (Center), pictured with Dr. Makoto Suematsu, President, Japan Agency for Medical Research and Development (AMED), Dr. Victor Dzau, President, United States National Academy of Medicine, Dr. Tan Chorh Chuan, Chief Health Scientist, Ministry of Health, Ministry of Health and National Research Foundation, Singapore, Dr. James C. Liao, President, Academia Sinica, Taiwan, Dr. Joon Yun, Palo Alto Investors.
In early 2017, Palo Alto Investors led by Joon Yun announced their intention to pledge the entirety of their healthcare related patent portfolio to the National Academy of Medicine (NAM) Longevity Grand Challenge Prizes and Awards.
The following portfolios are highlighted as relating to the pledge:
1. Therapeutics that Increase Homeostatic Capacity
2. Therapeutics that Improve Control Systems
3. Methods of Treating Diseases of Atopy, Allergy, and Anaphylaxis
4. Method of Manufacturing Biologics
5. Women’s Health: Cyclically Variant Therapy
As scientists continue to break new ground in longevity research, there exists a growing opportunity and need for the exchange of intellectual property. ClearAccessIP is providing specialized management services to those wishing to expand their innovation strategy beyond the traditional “offense” and “defense” model. Each solution is designed to optimize for the reach and impact of the underlying invention.
In support of this pledge, ClearAccessIP has made available to the public the results of its machine learning-based patent landscape analysis of innovation in longevity.
The Global Patent Landscape
Worldwide patent filings have risen steadily over the past 20 years.
(Please note an 18 month publication delay)
*Worldwide filings have risen by an average of 60 per year.
*US filings have risen by an average of 20 per year.
Distribution of Patent Filing Venues
Companies are realizing the global market and impact that this research can have and are investing internationally in patents.
Notable growth in filings in Europe versus in the U.S. This is likely due to the perception of stronger patent rights, as well as the further unification of the European patent system.
The 10 leaders in “aging” related IP and commercialization
The Top Patent Filers have mirrored this trend and invested globally in patent filings.
|L Oreal SA||155||36||76||94||58|
|Avon Products Inc||111||1||20||54||36|
|ISP Investments LLC||33||6||17||26||32|
|Procter and Gamble Co||41||3||14||23||25|
|Shiseido Co Ltd||19||14||11||28||19|
Profiles of Prolific Inventors
A few notable inventors are responsible for a large percentage of their employer’s patent filings.
|Inventor||Patent Filings||Company||Company Patent Filings|
|John Lyga||202||Avon Products Inc||474|
|Nouha Domloge||201||ISP Investments||204|
|Uma Santhanam||183||Avon Products Inc||474|
|Jean-marie Botto||164||ISP Investments||204|
|Dmitri Ptchelintsev||160||Avon Products Inc||474|
|Claude Dal Farra||156||ISP Investments||156|
|Vladimir A Kuksa||149||Acucela Inc||201|
|Ian L Scott||118||Acucela Inc||201|
|Ryo Kubota||113||Acucela Inc||201|
|Dmitri S Ptchelintsev||112||Avon Products Inc||474|
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