Academic StaffJerry I-Hsuan HSIAO 蕭義宣
- LLB (1998-2002), College of the Law, National Taipei University, Taiwan
- LLM (2002-2003), Newcastle Law School, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
- Ph.D. (2005-2009), Intellectual Property Research Institute, Centre for Commercial Law Studies, Queen Mary University of London, UK
- Administrative Procedure Law
- Intellectual Property Law In The Creative Economy
- The interface between traditional Chinese medicine knowledge and patent law
- Innovation and technology policy in pharmaceutical industry
- Health policy and intellectual property related issues to public health
- Taiwan and Cross-Strait issues in regard to public international law
- Lecturer in Law, The Liverpool Law School, University of Liverpool, UK (Nov 2012-Oct 2013).
- Lecturer in Law, Taylor’s Law School, Taylor’s University, Malaysia Oct 2010-Sept 2012).
- Teaching and Research Fellow, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan(Oct 2009-May 2010).
- Research Fellow, University of California-Hastings College of the Law, USA (Sept 2008-July 2009).
- Research Associate, McDermott Will & Emery, London, UK (Sept 2004-Sept 2006).
- Research Associate, Royal Society of Arts, London, UK (Sept 2004-Sept 2005)
- Animal Welfare and Prevention of Cruelty: Proposed Amendments to the Animal Act 1953 (Act 647) and Relevant By-Laws awarded by Jawatankuasa Pembaharuan Udang-Udang Malaysia (JPUUM) (2011)
- Originality as sine qua non for Derivative Works: Basis for Copyright Protection and Avoiding Infringement Liability (Accepted by Albany Law Journal of Science and Technology, 2014)
- Micro or Nano? Patenting Opportunities and Challenges for Chinese Herbal Medicine Product Inventions 10 (1) Nanotechnology Law & Business (2013)
- An Analysis of Taiwan’s Quest for Meaningful Participation in the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, 4(2) East Asian Policy 85 (2012)
- Dosage Patenting and the Development of Personalized Medicine, Boston College Intellectual Property & Technology Forum 1 (2012)
- Exuberance or Bubble? Study of Nano-Based Herbal Medicine Patents in the PR China 16 Journal of Intellectual Property Rights 225 (2011) (SSCI)
- Constraints and Options for Taiwan’s Meaningful Participation in the Specialized Agencies of the United Nations, 47(4) Issues & Studies 63 (2011) (SSCI)
- A Proposal to Foster Environmentally Sound Technology Transfer via APEC’s Economic and Technical Cooperation (ECOTECH), 4 Asia-Pacific Perspective 9 (2011)
- Nano Chinese Herbal Medicine Patenting in China-Industrial Applicability as the Benchmark in Assessing Patentability, 8(2) Nanotechnology Law & Business 106 (2011)
- The Person Having Ordinarily Skill in the Arts in Assessing Obviousness Standard in the United States and Taiwan after KSR---Implications for Taiwanese Patent Law and Practice, 38 Rutgers Law Record 1(2011)
- Nanotechnology Meets Chinese Herbal Medicine: An Introduction to the Patenting of Nano-Based Chinese Herbal Medicine in Taiwan, 7 Nanotechnology Law & Business 80 (2010)
- Patent Policy for Human Embryonic Stem Cell Research in Taiwan, 13(4) Journal of World Intellectual Property 540 (2010)
- Can Product-by-Process Patent Claims Provide Protection for Modernized Chinese Herbal Medicine? 12(4) Journal of World Intellectual Property 245 (2009)
- Patent Protection for Chinese Herbal Medicine Product Invention in Taiwan, 10(1) Journal of World Intellectual Property 1 (2007) (Most read article in 2007)
- Taiwan and China in Innovation without Patents: Harnessing the Creative Spirit in a Diverse World (Uma S. and Dutfield G ed., Edward Elgar Publishing, 2007)
- The Risk of RSVPing to Aviation Invitation, Taipei Times, Sep 23, 2013
- Trading Dignity for Participation, Taipei Times, Dec 22, 2012
- Caught Between A Rock and Hard Place, Taipei Times Dec 11, 2012
- Taiwan Aims for The Wrong UN body, Taipei Times Aug 1, 2012
- It’s not what, but WHO you know, Taipei Times May 27, 2012
- Taiwan’s Participation in the UNFCCC, Taipei Times Dec 19, 2011
- Time to Rethink UN Participation, Taipei Times Nov 18, 2011
- “Viable Diplomacy: Blurring the Interpretation of the “One-China” Principle across the Taiwan Strait?” Paper for The Second Asian Conference on Asian Studies, June 1-3, 2012 at Osaka, Japan.
- An Analysis of APEC’s Green Growth Strategy in the Context of the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development. Paper for the APEC Study Centers Consortium Conference22-23 Sept, 2011 at San Francisco, USA (Selected as one of the best presenting papers).
- The Development of the Traditional Chinese Medicine Industry in Taiwan: A Welfare Challenge in Access to the Medicines for the Elderly? Paper for the EASP Second Conference-“Pressure, Policy-Making and Policy Outcome Understanding East Asian Welfare Reforms” 30 June-2 July, 2005 at University of Kent, UK.
Faculty of Law (FLL)
University of Macau, E32,
Avenida da Universidade, Taipa,
E-mail address: Ihhsiao@umac.mo