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Saskia van Doorn

Saskia van Doorn

  • Life Sciences
  • European and Dutch Patent Attorney, European Patent Litigator
  • Senior Associate

Saskia van Doorn started her career as a patent attorney in 2000 after having worked as an editor at Technisch Weekblad for four years. She studied biochemistry at the Radboud University Nijmegen (1991-1996).

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Her particular expertise lies in the fields of biochemistry, medical (bio)technology, life sciences, medicine, molecular chemistry and pharmacology. She has a wide experience in patent prosecution, oppositions, patentability searches and third-party rights analyses, mainly for universities and other research institutes, startup companies, and midsized companies.

Working experience

  • Patent Attorney, V.O. (2000-present)
  • Editor of Technisch Weekblad, VNU (1996-2000)

Education

  • MSc in Chemistry, Radboud University Nijmegen (1996)

Languages

  • English
  • Dutch

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