Chloe joined Dehns in 2022 after completing a PhD in Inorganic Chemistry at Imperial College London. Her research involved the synthesis of switchable organometallic catalysts towards the polymerisation of cyclic esters. Prior to this, Chloe graduated from the University of Sheffield with a first class MChem degree in Chemistry, during which she studied for a year at the Ruprecht Karls University of Heidelberg in Germany.
Chloe also has experience working for global food and beverage company, Mondelēz International, and she is fluent in both English and German.
Chloe 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.
Chloe has gained experience working on patent applications relating to a wide variety of technologies in the chemical field, including: polymer chemistry, organometallic catalysis, drug-delivery formulations, and materials chemistry.
PhD, Inorganic Chemistry, Imperial College London, 2022 (Thesis title: Switchable Initiators for rac-Lactide Ring-Opening Polymerisation).
MChem, Chemistry with Study in Europe (first class hons), University of Sheffield, 2017.