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Last updated: 9/21/2017
Dr. Stephanie Wang
Majority Firm Member - Individual User
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Squire Patton Boggs
275 Battery Street
26th floor
San Francisco
94111  United States
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415 954-0313 (Phone)
  Life Sciences, Patent Prosecution, Technology - General
  Stephanie Wang drafts and prosecutes patent applications that span the electrical, chemical, biotech and mechanical industries. Stephanie’s technical background enables her to prepare and prosecute patent applications directed to diverse technologies including solar cell design, fabrication, packaging and assembly; semiconductor and network-related technologies including software; renewable energy, nanotechnology, mechanical and medical devices; bioinformatics applications based on DNA microarray technologies; protein design based on gene synthesis; RNAi-based technologies; and applications based on genetic, chemical or immunological therapies. Stephanie has practiced on issues in nearly all stages of patent prosecution, from conducting inventor interview, drafting and filing national and international applications, responding to office action at various stages, to filing appeal briefs and reply briefs in the appeal proceedings. She manages patent portfolios and works with inventors and in-house counsels to identify patentable inventions; provides advice on patentability, freedom-to-operate, infringement and validity matters; and monitors and analyzes competition intellectual property for investment and acquisition purposes. Stephanie has also provided technical support to litigation cases and worked with expert witnesses.

Prior to joining Squire Sanders, Stephanie practiced patent law at two international law firms in San Francisco, first as a patent agent and then as an associate. Stephanie has an undergraduate degree in chemistry, a Ph.D. degree in chemistry and chemical biology with a focus in protein X-ray crystallography. Stephanie was also an American Heart Association postdoctoral fellow at the Sandler Center for Basic Research in Parasitic Diseases at the University of California, San Francisco. In this position, she determined the x-ray structures of two novel proteins, a major hemoglobin-digesting enzyme for the malaria parasite Plasmodium falciparum and a virulence factor for the heart-disease-causing parasite Trypanosoma cruzi.

Since 2002, Stephanie has been a volunteer for Shin Shin Educational Foundation to help build elementary schools in rural China.
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