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Friday, January 19, 2018 11:00 AM - 01:00 PM
Patent Law Review Panel

Join ASAP and BEST program to hear about the field of intellectual property. This will be an informal panel discussion featuring patent agents, examiners and attorneys who all started off in a STEM field (science PhDs) and eventually transitioned to patent law. We have a very promising and diverse set of panelists, some of whom are Cornell PhD alumni:

Oskar LiivakCornell Intellectual Property Professor
PhD'00, Cornell Physics, JD Yale

Raymond Parker III, Senior Patent Counsel at Johnson Matthey
PhD in Chemistry, JD NYU
 

Roshni Ghosh, Patent Agent at Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
PhD in Developmental Genetics, JD Fordham 

Ulysses Williams III, Junior Intellectual Property Attorney at IBM
JD Howard University.
 

Natalie Galley, Associate at Fish & Richardson PC
PhD'11, Cornell Mechanical Engineering, JD Harvard Law School.

You are welcome to attend the panel. Registrations for lunch are now closed.

Sponsored by GPSAFC and the BEST Program. Open to the graduate community. Download event flyer here.

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About ASAP: Advancing Science And Policy

Cornell Advancing Science and Policy is a group of graduate students, post-docs and faculty interested in the intersection of science and policy. We engage our members in the policy making process and educate the public about the role of scientific input in advancing society. We provide trainings on writing and outreach, discussions of pertinent science policy topics, host invited speakers, and lead annual trips to Washington D.C. Join us to learn how to best make your voice heard, and understood, by those who represent you.

Connect with ASAP via their websitelist-serve (email to join), or Facebook. ASAP hosts many events and training sessions to help Cornell graduate students and postdocs learn how to use non-partisan language to defend the basic institution of unbiased science. 

Download ASAP Fall & Winter event schedule here.

ASAP is supported by the Cornell BEST Program.

Location:
226 Weill Hall
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