Katerina Sideri is currently lecturing at the University of Crete, Greece. From September 2018 onwards she will be based at the University of Ghent, Belgium as a Marie Curie Individual Fellow working on biased artificial intelligence and openness in innovation and values. In the past she was associate research fellow at the Centre for Sociolegal Studies at the University of Oxford and lecturer in IP law at the University of Exeter (UK). She earned her PhD at the London School of Economics and Political Science, Department of Law. Her research interests are in the areas of: Intellectual Property Law and Knowledge Commons; Biomedical Patents and Public Policy; Deliberative Governance; Bioethics. She has published widely on these and related areas. Her more recent book published by Routledge is Bioproperty Biomedicine and Deliberative Governance: Patents as Discourse on Life.