Dr. Stephanie Wang drafts and prosecutes patent applications that span the electrical, chemical, biotech and mechanical industries.

Dr. Wang's technical background enables her to prepare and prosecute patent applications directed to diverse technologies including solar cell design, fabrication, packaging and assembly; semiconductor and network related technologies including software; renewable energy, nanotechnology, mechanical and medical devices; bioinformatics applications based on DNA microarray technologies; protein design based on gene synthesis; RNAi-based technologies; and applications based on genetic, chemical or immunological therapies.

Dr. Wang transitioned into patent law practice in 2005 from being a research scientist. She has practiced on issues in nearly all stages of patent prosecution, from conducting inventor interview, drafting and filing national and international applications, responding to office action at various stages, to filing appeal briefs and reply briefs in the appeal proceedings. She manages patent portfolios and works with inventors and in-house counsels to identify patentable inventions; provides advice on patentability, freedom-to-operate, infringement and validity matters; and monitors and analyzes competition intellectual property for investment and acquisition purposes. Dr. Wang routinely conducts interviews with US patent examiners and in-house counsels with consistently successful results. She has also provided technical support to litigation cases and worked with expert witnesses.