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Jade Cheng

European and UK Patent Attorney

Jade is a European and UK Patent Attorney. She obtained a BSc and a PhD in Biochemistry at the University of Bristol where she subsequently worked as a post-doctoral researcher investigating defective cell division.

Following this Jade became a career development fellow at the Medical Research Council Laboratory of Molecular Biology in Cambridge researching endocytosis and the blood-brain barrier, with particular emphasis on elucidating the processes involved in the delivery of antibodies from the blood into the brain.

Jade has published in several journals, which include first-author papers and review articles written throughout her time as an undergraduate, postgraduate, and post-doctoral researcher. She also has experience studying mechanisms of cell signalling, meiosis, oocyte development, and structural biology. During her time as a post-doctoral researcher Jade has chaired conferences and spoken at International meetings.

Jade’s work involves drafting, filing and prosecuting patent applications, including those with a focus on diagnostics and personalised medicine.

Jade joined J A Kemp as a trainee patent attorney in 2016 and is based in the London office. She is a fluent speaker of Cantonese.

Location

London

Education

University of Bristol, Honours Degree in Biochemistry; PhD in Biochemistry

Professional Qualifications

European Patent Attorney; UK Chartered Patent Attorney

Membership of Professional Bodies

Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys (CIPA); Member of the Institute of Professional Representatives before the European Patent Office (EPI)
 

Contact

Email: jcheng@jakemp.com


Tel: +44 20 3077 8600

80 Turnmill St,
London
EC1M 5QU

Contact Jade

If you wish to talk to Jade Cheng, please send an email directly to jcheng@jakemp.com

or call +44 20 3077 8600


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