Dan joined Dehns in 2019 after completing a PhD at the University of Bath in the field of organic chemistry. His research focused on developing novel methodologies for the catalytic synthesis of amides. Prior to this, Daniel graduated from the University of Bath with a first class MSci degree in Natural Sciences, during which he explored novel synthetic routes for the formation of a common beta-blocker drug.
Dan works with a variety of clients, including universities and large multinational corporations. Dan handles prosecution of patent applications in Europe, and has experience of prosecution in a number of other jurisdictions including China, Japan, the UK and the US. Dan also assists with freedom to operate analysis and drafting patent applications.
Dan’s work covers a wide range of chemical subject-matter, including pharmaceuticals, polymers, ceramics, functional materials and coatings, catalysis and food additives.
PhD, Chemistry, University of Bath, 2019 (Thesis title: Novel methodologies for the catalytic synthesis of amides)
MSci, Natural Sciences, University of Bath, 2015