Dr
Oliver
Chammas

Patent Attorney

London Office

Life sciences

Telephone. +44(0) 207 776 5100
Email. [email protected]

Experience

Oliver is a chartered UK and European Patent Attorney who joined the London Office in September 2020. Oliver has a PhD in Bio-Nanotechnology and a degree in Medical Biochemistry from the University of Leeds. He has a wide range of experience in prosecution, contentious matters, drafting and freedom-to-operate.

Oliver has worked in private practice in IP for four years in both London and Yorkshire with a number of clients ranging from start-ups and universities to multinational companies.

Oliver's main area of focus is nanoscale biotechnology but he has also had experience with technologies such as biologics, medical devices, medical treatments, diagnostic and analytical methods, antibody technology and second medical use inventions for a range of diseases.

Oliver has experience of patent prosecution in the UK and Europe as well as advising clients as to patent prosecution in foreign jurisdictions including the United States, Japan and China.

Qualifications

Patent Attorney

Chartered (UK)
Europe


BSC

Medical Biochemistry - University of Leeds

MSC

Integrated PhD & MSc – Molecular Scale Engineering – University of Leeds

PHD

Thesis entitled “Atomic Force Microscopy of DNA-protein Interactions” – University of Leeds

POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA OR CERTIFICATE

Post-Graduate Certificate in Intellectual Property - Queen Mary University of London

Related News

Event - 8th-9th February 2023

5th Annual Microbiome & Probiotic Conference 2023

The 5th Annual MarketsandMarkets Next Gen Microbiome and Probiotics Conference will take place in San Diego on the 8th-9th of February. This conference will enable you to learn about microbial …

Event details
Event - 17th January 2023

CIPA Webinar: Enhancing Diversity in the Patent Profession How Can I Help

CIPA hosted a webinar to discuss ‘Enhancing diversity in the patent profession.’ Date Tuesday 17 January, 2023 Time 12.30pm – 1.30pm (GMT) Equity, diversity and inclusion has been in the …

Event details

LiDAR: A Significant Support Technology at CES

When visiting CES’ one thing that struck me was the number of companies demonstrating LiDAR technology. LiDAR has been around since the 1960s and was originally developed for aerospace use, …

Read article

Healthcare and Climate Change

Can we find a balance between intellectual property rights and public health needs when tackling the climate crisis? “The world faces a critical juncture. A health-centred, aligned response to the …

Read article

Navigating the CRISPR IP confusion

It is just over 10 years since the Science publication of Jinek et al. showed for the first time that DNA cleavage could be achieved in vitro with a Cas9 …

Read article

CRISPR Edited T cells win the TvT Battle

T-cells which have been modified using CRISPR base editing technology have been successfully used to treat T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukaemia for the first time {1}. A 13 year old patient …

Read article

Dot Inc, the accessible future and more: health tech highlights coming to CES 2023

The countdown is on for CES 2023. Taking place in Las Vegas in the first week of January each year, CES sets the global stage for innovation in the tech …

Read article

Can AI replace patent attorneys?

OpenAI recently released a dialogue-based AI chatbot called ChatGPT, which is free for anyone to try out. You can try it here (https://chat.openai.com/chat). It’s been shown that it can set, …

Read article

Let's talk

If you would like to discuss how HGF could help you, contact one of our IP specialists.