Flick is a European and UK Patent Attorney. She has experience in drafting and prosecuting patent applications in a wide variety of technology areas. She works mainly with mechanical, computational and optical inventions. She also enjoys working with inventions that apply computational techniques to biological/biomedical problems, having worked in this area at university.
Flick studied mechanical and biomedical engineering at the University of Warwick. She also worked as a research fellow before making the move to patent law. Her undergraduate, postgraduate and postdoctoral research was in the field of computational medicine. Her main research project involved predictive modelling of biomarker responses in multiple myeloma, a type of bone marrow cancer. She also investigated the impact of receptor-mediated recycling on the kinetics of therapeutic monoclonal antibodies for the same disease. During her PhD, she worked closely with a medical devices company, analysing the clinical data relating to the efficacy of their products.
Flick works with all client types, including individual inventors, universities and established multinational companies. In addition to her work before the European Patent Office and UK Intellectual Property Office, she is experienced in coordinating prosecution of large patent families with patents across Asia, the Americas and Africa.
Flick joined J A Kemp as a trainee patent attorney in 2018 and became an associate in 2023. Flick is based in the firm’s London office.