Queen Mary, University of London, Certificate in IP Law;
University of Oxford, MBiochem., Biochemistry.
Nathan is a patent attorney in training at Maschio & Soames. He continues to go from strength to strength, recently passing the Post Graduate Certificate in Intellectual Property from Queen Mary, University of London. He is expecting to sit the preliminary round of European Qualifying Examinations in 2016.
Nathan handles a range of technical fields and understands the nuances of intricate inventions, thanks to his enthusiasm and excitement for new technologies. He has experience in drafting, prosecution, grant, and multi-jurisdictional assignment of patents.
With a background in molecular and cellular biology Nathan is naturally adept in biotechnology. During research at Oxford University he studied cell membrane complexes and intracellular signalling, using physical techniques including electron paramagnetic resonance to probe the dynamics of receptor-ligand interactions, under the supervision of Prof. Tony Watts (D.Sc. (Oxon); FRSC; FInstP; FSB).
Nathan has experience in the prosecution of patents for small peptide ligands and small molecule-assisted antibody therapies. In addition, he has substantial experience in the prosecution of mechanical subject matter, medical devices, bioactive tissue-repair implants, sutures, and drug delivery systems.
In his spare time, Nathan enjoys the drama, comedy, and spectacle of live opera. He also tries to appease his travel bug at every opportunity, preferably by heading to unusual destinations, or otherwise somewhere warm where he can sail or SCUBA dive. He also enjoys cycling, running, swimming, squash, climbing, and the occasional hike.