Dr. Catherine Huang focuses her practice on patent litigation in the life sciences area.

Dr. Huang brings a breadth of experience to the practice.  She received her Ph.D. in Molecular and Cellular biology from Baylor College of Medicine, where she studied the signaling effects of cancer pharmaceuticals using novel 3D platforms and biotechnologies.  She also interned with Baylor’s licensing group to help bring emerging biomedical technologies to market.

Prior to her admission to the California bar, Dr. Huang worked in the Intellectual Property department at Life Technologies (now Thermo Fisher) on both patent prosecution and litigation matters.  In law school, her achievements in oral advocacy and writing earned her a place in the Order of Barristers.  She also externed for the Honorable Michael M. Anello, a district court judge in the Southern District of California; served as an expert witness in a criminal matter that focused on the intracellular degradative effects of a therapeutic compound; and worked on several multidistrict litigation cases focused on medical devices and pharmaceuticals.