Dr
Helena
Grady

Trainee Patent Attorney

Nottingham Office York Office

Chemistry

Telephone. +44(0) 115 857 5000
Email. [email protected]

Experience

Helena graduated from the University of Bath in 2011 with an MChem (Hons) in Chemistry with Industrial Training. She completed her industrial training year at AstraZeneca as an Analytical Chemist.

After her degree, Helena joined the Bristol Centre for Functional Nanomaterials, an interdisciplinary doctoral training centre at the University of Bristol. Her PhD research involved the development and characterisation of novel antimicrobial nanomaterials for functionalising central venous catheters. Following her PhD, Helena worked as a Senior Development Scientist for a biopharma spin-out company from the University of Bristol, specialising in alternative antimicrobial technologies for medical, dental and veterinary applications.

Helena joined HGF as a Trainee Patent Attorney in August 2018, and works with clients to draft and prosecute patent applications across a wide range of chemical sciences, including the fields of pharmaceuticals, materials and medical devices.

Qualifications

Trainee


MCHEM

MChem in Chemistry with Industrial Training

PHD

PhD in Functional Nanomaterials

POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA OR CERTIFICATE

Postgraduate Certificate in Intellectual Property

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