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Madanamoothoo Allane

Associate Professor


Status: Associate Professor

Department : Finance, economics and law

Responsability : Law Course Coordinator

Degrees and specialization : Doctorate in Private Law

Field of research : Medical Law, Bioethics Law, Women & Bioethics, Biomedical Innovation

Courses taught : Introduction to Law, Contract Law, Business Law, International Business Law, Contract and Intellectual Property

-Selected publications:

DEHARO G., MADANAMOOTHOO A. (2020), « Is international Surrogacy the Lark’s Glimmer? : When Covid-19 Reveals the Legal Insecurity of Surrogacy Use », European Journal of Health, volume 27, pp 345-367.

GRAMA-VIGOUROUX S., SAIDI S., BERTHINIER-PONCET A., VANHAVERBEKE W., MADANAMOOTHOO A. (2020) « From closed to open: A comparative stakeholder approach for developing open innovation activities in SME’s », Journal of Business Research, volume 119, pp. 230-244

MADANAMOOTHOO A. (2017), « An overview of privacy regarding personal data protection in health record in English legislation », in Inequalities in access to medical care and services, Medical research, innovation and new technologies, Les Etudes Hospitalières Ed., 2017, pp. 55-67.

MADANAMOOTHOO A. (2017), « Telemedicine: what are the stakes to fight against health care inequalities?”, in Inequalities in access to medical care and services, Medical research, innovation and new technologies, Les Etudes Hospitalières Ed., 2017, pp. 23-33.

MADANAMOOTHOO A. (2016), « A first case of euthanasia of a minor in Belgium in Ethics and the law of life, Revue générale de droit médical, 2016, pp. 199-200.

MADANAMOOTHOO A. (2016) « Surrogate Motherhood: Comparative Studies of English and French Legislation” in Personnes et familles : Tribute to Jacqueline Pousson-Petit, Presses de l’Université Toulouse Ed. 1 Capitole, 2016, pp 119-137.

MADANAMOOTHOO A. (2015), « The interest and conservation of cord stem cells: a comparative approach of English and French law », Journal International de Bioéthique, ESKA 2015, volume 26, n° 2, pp 187 – 202.

MADANAMOOTHOO Allane (2015), « Medical surveillance of pregnancy in England: legal, ethical and medical consequences », in Legal and ethical aspects of the beginning of life, Les Etudes Hospitalières Ed., 2015, pp 99-107.

MADANAMOOTHOO A. (2014), « Gender equality at work : where does French law stand? » in Thinking about the relationship between law and management sciences. What legal training for 21st century managers, Dalloz Ed., 2014, pp. 135-145.

BENEDICTE B., MADANAMOOTHOO A. (2014), « Sources of Medical law », in Medical law in France, Kluwer Law International Ed., 2014, pp. 34-54.

MADANAMOOTHOO A. (2014), « Antenatal diagnosis in English legislation: a relief or a source of conflict?», Journal International de Bioéthique, ESKA 2014, pp. 53-65.

MADANAMOOTHOO A. (2013), « Surrogacy under French Law: Ethical, Medical and Legal Issues », in Legal and Forensic Medicine, under the coordination of Professor Roy BERAN, Springer Verlag Ed., 2013, pp. 1545-1559.

MADANAMOOTHOO A. (2012), « Cultural and religious influences on the procreation of women of African origin living in France : what are the legal consequences », in Violence on the woman’s body : legal, cultural and ethical aspects, Dalloz 2012 Ed., pp 79-91.

MADANAMOOTHOO A. (2012), « French legal framework against traditional practices harmful to children’s health » in Actions for health and medical research in favor of vulnerable people and emerging countries, Les Etudes Hospitalières Ed., 2012, pp. 169-180.

MADANAMOOTHOO A. (2012), « Surrogacy in France: an unlawful practice whose prohibition is in accordance with the Oviedo Convention » Lex Medicinae, Ano 9, n° 17, Coimbra Ed., pp. 144-157.

MADANAMOOTHOO A. [2011], « Saviour-sibling and the Psychological, Ethical and Judicial Issues that It Creates: Should English and French Legislators Close the Pandora’s Box?», European Journal of Health Law, Volume 18, N° 3, 2011, pp. 293-303.

MADANAMOOTHOO A. (2011), « An overview of the positions of the most represented monotheistic religions in Europe towards biomedical practices », in Patient rights, mobility and access to care, Les Etudes Hospitalières Ed., 2011, pp. 287-297.

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