Prof. Khoury's research interests span many issues in IP including technological and administrative facets of IP law. Among other things Khoury has produced research dealing with: Artificial Intelligence & Deep Learning; 3D Printing; genetic sequencing; service inventions; access to medicines during national/international medical Emergencies; establishing and a World Patent Office; moral rights in morally divisive issues; the commercialization of trade secrets; differential patent terms etc. His academic publications (over 35 research publications) are predominantly in English and have been published in the U.S. Three of his papers have been included in books published by Oxford University Press.
Professor Khoury has presented his research at conferences around the world including North-Western, Chicago; U.C. Berkeley; Pisa U. in Italy; Free U. of Brussels; Salzburg Global Seminar; World Jurist Association (Prague); Vanderbilt U. and George Washington University; Kiev University; Skokovo Technological Center in Moscow; United Nations World Intellectual Property Organization (Geneva) as well as several leading Israeli universities and academic institutions. He has also lectured at USPTO IP programs held in Oman and in Jordan and at the USPTO-HQ (Alexandria VA). Khoury has also taught at the University of Kansas (Lawrence, KS) and at a number of prominent Academic institutions in Israel.
Professor Khoury has trained Judges, lawyers and patent examiners in IP matters (namely at the Jordan IP Weeks events and at the Israeli Patent Authority). He served as a judge in the Tel Aviv University Ethics tribunal/committee, as well as various other committees at the university (e.g. the TAU copyright committee) . Khoury also taught for a number of years at the Tel Aviv - UC Berkeley Masters of Law program. Khoury has also published literary works (in English).