Sadie Knight is a registered patent agent who focuses her practice on patent prosecution and counseling in technologies relating to chemistry and life sciences. Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Knight worked as a Patent Agent and Licensing Associate in the Brandeis University Office of Technology Licensing in Waltham, Massachusetts where she worked closely with university inventors and patent attorneys to strategically and effectively protect Brandeis’ intellectual property. She managed the university’s intellectual property portfolios involving a broad range of technologies including chemistry, biochemistry, physics, and materials science.
Previously, Ms. Knight was a graduate teaching fellow and graduate research assistant at Brandeis University, where she studied the synthesis and reactivity of transition metal complexes containing non-innocent N-heterocyclic phosphenium ligands.
Brandeis University M.S. (2015) Chemistry
James Madison University B.S. (2011) Chemistry
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (2016)
Association of University Technology Managers, Member
Alpha Chi Sigma, Gamma Kappa Chapter: Professional Chemistry Fraternity, Member
American Chemical Society, Member
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