Celine CondePatent Agent
Dr. Conde is a Scientific Advisor with a Ph.D. in Molecular and Cell Biology.
Dr. Conde's practice focuses on technologies related to a broad spectrum of biological science, including molecular biology, cell biology, immunology, regenerative medicine, cancer biology, diagnostics, stem cells, therapeutics and small molecules. Her extensive technical training enables her to develop a quick understanding of the technology at issue, effectively work with inventors and experts, identify critical prior art and develop creative legal arguments.
Dr. Conde shares clients' passion for scientific discoveries and technology breakthroughs. She earned her doctorate in Molecular and Cell Biology at the Paris University, Rene Descartes (France), where her research interests focused on deciphering the molecular link between genomic mutations and metastasis development in the context of rare hereditary forms of cancer. Her work was multi-disciplinary in nature and involved an in-depth knowledge of a diverse array of technologies, including molecular, cell biology and biochemistry techniques, histology, development of animal pre-clinical models, as well as the generation and analyse of omics data. She then worked as a postdoctoral fellow at the Scripps Research Institute (La Jolla, California) where she developed innovative cell lines to assess the efficacy of drug candidates on reinstating radiation therapy sensitivity, and validated the approach in a pre-clinical model of brain metastasis of breast cancer.
Dr. Conde is not a lawyer.
- Ph.D., Molecular and Cell Biology, University Rene Descartes 2014
- M.S., Molecular and Cell Biology, University Pierre and Marie Curie 2010
- B.S., Life Sciences, University Pierre and Marie Curie 2008