Rebecca joined Dehns in 2018 after graduating from the University of Cambridge with a First-Class Master of Sciences degree in Physical Natural Sciences (Materials Science). During her degree, Rebecca conducted research projects focussing on characterisation of surfaces modified with self-assembled monolayers, and development of a biodegradable polymer for use in urinary catheters.
Rebecca qualified as a European Patent Attorney in 2022 and as a UK Patent Attorney in 2023.
Rebecca works with a variety of clients, including multinational corporations, Universities, SMEs, and lone inventors. Rebecca handles prosecution of patent applications in the UK and Europe, and has experience of prosecution in a number of other jurisdictions including Canada, China, Japan and the US.
Rebecca works in a wide variety of areas throughout Materials Science and Engineering. She has handled patent applications in automotive, aerospace, and refrigeration technology, as well as in laser physics, biomaterials, and medical devices.