The John Marshall Law School, J.D., 2014
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey Ph.D. in Cell
and Developmental Biology, 2010
University of Central Oklahoma, B.S. in Biology, 2004
Jeremy has been with the Firm since September 2012. In May 2014, he graduated from The John Marshall Law School and is now an Associate with the Firm. He specializes in pharmaceuticals and biotechnology. Currently, he focuses on patent prosecution of both domestic and foreign patent applications including PCT applications and preparing instructions to foreign associates. His experience extends to providing freedom-to-operate and non-infringement opinions.
Jeremy has an extensive scientific background. While a graduate student at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, he worked in a molecular evolution lab, where he conducted the first population genetic study in vertebrates on enhancer elements of development genes conserved across all animal phylogeny. He also collaborated with other labs on projects including discovering the role of SIP30 in development and maintenance of pain and developing a DNA transposon useful for integrating genes into host DNA. Jeremy also was fortunate enough to teach an evolution lab over several years where he helped develop and advance the curriculum.
Jeremy has been admitted to practice in Illinois and before the United States Patent and Trademark Office.