Dr Stephanie Grant
Patent Executive | Wellington
Stephanie helps clients to obtain patent protection in the chemical, pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries.
Stephanie specialises in the drafting and prosecution of patent applications in the chemical and biotechnology fields. She also assists clients with freedom to operate matters.
Before joining Baldwins in 2011, Stephanie worked as a chemist for several companies that specialise in pharmaceutical manufacture and the synthesis of isotopically labelled analytical reference standards. Her PhD research focused primarily on the synthesis and application of palladium (II) catalysts and their application in the cycloisomerisation of 1,6-dienes.
Stephanie enjoys helping clients to overcome problems and challenges so they can obtain protection for their intellectual property.
- Patent filing and prosecution
- Patent searching
- Life sciences and biotechnology
- Freedom to operate
- 2006 PhD Chemistry, University of York
- 2002 Bachelor of Science (Hons 1st class) (Medicinal Chemistry and Drug Design), University of Paisley
Articles by Dr Stephanie Grant
- 22 06 2017Don’t use that tone(r) with me: How first sale can exhaust IP rights
- 18 05 2017Intervet chew on ownership of an invention in Australian patent opposition proceedings
- 20 03 2017Broad wins in CRISPR dispute
- 15 10 2015What now for gene patents in Australia in light of D’Arcy v Myriad
- 10 06 2015An expensive lesson in licensing – when exclusively performing an act does not make you an exclusive
- 27 11 2014Employee-Inventor Remuneration
- 01 02 2014Sustainable Solutions: WIPO helps with green technology transfers
- 28 11 2013Like water off a…Butterfly’s Wing?
- 27 11 2013Shhhh! It is a secret! The TPP fights it out over patents
- 26 07 2013A “wee” Bit of Power
- 22 04 2013You’re such a happy chappy, just like a budgie in a nappy!
- 15 04 2013An intro to your IP rights in China!
- 15 04 2013Patents and health care in developing countries: ViiV Healthcare joins the Medicine Patent Pool
- 04 09 2012What do the changes to Convention Countries in New Zealand and Australia mean for you?
- 28 02 2012Cancer Voices Australia v Myriad Genetics Inc in the Federal Court of Australia