Trainee Patent Attorney
Nadia is a Trainee Patent Attorney in the Biotechnology and Life Sciences Group. She joined the team in 2015 and assists with the preparation, filing and prosecution of patent applications in the UK, Europe and worldwide.
Prior to entering the profession, Nadia received a PhD from the Clinical Sciences Centre of Imperial College London, uncovering the molecular mechanisms involved in insulin resistance and diabetes. Her work investigated the role of specific protein interactions within the insulin signalling network and their relevance to pathological states such as glucose intolerance, obesity, infertility and loss of spatial and working memory. She has specialist knowledge in a variety of topics including biochemical techniques, enzyme-based assays and in vivo transgenic animals.
Nadia also has a BSc (Hons) in Molecular Biology from the University of Manchester, and has worked at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia on protein-based therapies to target and shrink tumours. Her work is published in the Journal of Biological Chemistry. Additionally, Nadia assists as an Editor for an online science and technology journal.
‘Engineering Biology. A Catalyst for Growing the Global Bioeconomy’, One Nucleus, London, March 2016
Biotechnology and Life Sciences
70 Gray's Inn Road
Sectors and practice areas
- Metabolic diseases
- Metabolic signalling
- Molecular biology
- Molecular Endocrinology
- Cancer therapeutics
- Cell culture
- Enzymatic assays
- Imaging techniques
- Molecular and biochemical techniques
- Transgenic animal models
- PhD Clinical Sciences, Imperial College London
- BSc (Hons) Molecular Biology, University of Manchester
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