Amy is a European Patent Attorney in the Life Sciences team. Amy has worked in both academia and industry and uses her experience to primarily deal with inventions in the biotechnology/life sciences field. Amy’s PhD research involved defining the function of a novel protein involved in TNFα signalling and as such, she has extensive knowledge of immunology, molecular biology, biochemistry and genetics. Amy’s clients include multinationals, small biotech companies and university spin outs. Amy assists her clients in obtaining patent protection in the UK, Europe and worldwide.
As part of Kilburn and Strode’s commitment to social and corporate responsibility, Amy is a STEM Ambassador and works with schools in and around London to promote STEM subjects and inspire young learners.
European Patent Attorney
Certificate in Intellectual Property Law – Queen Mary University
PhD in Medicine - University of Cambridge
BSc Human Biology - University of Birmingham
Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys (CIPA) - student member
The Institute of Professional Representatives before the European Patent Office (EPI)
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