Amy joined Dehns in 2019 after completing a DPhil in Organic Chemistry at the University of Oxford. Her research focused on the design, synthesis and evaluation of chemical tools for TRIM33. During her DPhil Amy spent time working at AstraZeneca in Cambridge. Prior to this, Amy graduated from the University of York with a first class MChem degree in Chemistry, during which she spent her final year working at Roche in Basel, Switzerland.
Amy works with clients of a variety of sizes, from university spin-outs and SMEs all the way through to multinational corporations with international patent portfolios.
Amy has gained experience working on patent applications relating to a wide variety of technologies in the chemical field, including: polymer chemistry, organometallic catalysis, nutraceutical and pharmaceutical chemistry, drug delivery formulations, and materials chemistry.
MChem, Chemistry with a year in industry (first class with distinction), University of York, 2015
DPhil, Organic Chemistry, University of Oxford, 2019 (Thesis title: Chemical tools to probe the function of TRIM33)