Chris joined the firm in 1999. After graduating from the University of Cambridge in 1994 with a degree in Natural Sciences (Chemistry) he carried out research in solid phase synthetic organic chemistry and in the synthesis of combinatorial chemical libraries, and was awarded a PhD, also by the University of Cambridge. He then spent a further research year working on the development of an automated solid phase synthesis platform in conjunction with a US scientific instrument manufacturer.
Chris handles patent work in a broad range of chemical technologies including organic chemistry, polymers, pharmaceuticals and diagnostic assays. He has the Certificate in Intellectual Property Law from Queen Mary College, University of London.
- Chartered Patent Attorney
- European Patent Attorney