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Patent and Trademark Attorney

Prior to joining Phillips Ormonde Fitzpatrick, Leigh worked as a post-doctoral research fellow at Harvard University in the department of Stem Cells and Regenerative Biology and the department of Molecular and Cellular Biology. Leigh has liaised and collaborated with researchers and research teams across a multitude of research facilities, including Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Brigham and Women’s Hospital (Boston), Dana Farber Cancer Centre (Boston), University of Adelaide, Hanson Institute and the University of South Australia.

Leigh has experience with a large range of biomedical technologies such as protein and peptide therapeutics, diagnostics, methods of therapeutic treatment and has a strong research background in immunology and mechanisms of immune tolerance, reproductive technologies and developmental biology.

Qualifications

Registered Australian and New Zealand Patent Attorney, 2017
Master of Intellectual Property Law, University of Melbourne, 2017
Registered Australian Trade Marks Attorney, 2015
Master of Engineering (Biomedical), University of Melbourne, 2013
Bachelor of Biomedicine, University of Melbourne, 2011

Memberships

The Institute of Patent and Trade Mark Attorneys of Australia (IPTA)
AusBiotech

Service location

Adelaide

Service areas

Patents, IP Research

Expertise

Biotechnology
Life Sciences
Pharmaceuticals

Specialities

Animal Models
Antigen Presentation
Cell Culture
Immunology
Immunoregulation
Lipid Antigens
Macrophages
Molecular Biology
Molecular Diagnostics
Pharmacogenomics
Pharmacology
Genetics
Genetic Engineering
Biotechnology
Regulatory T-cells
Reproductive Biology
Stem Cells