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Autonomously motivated, team success focused professional seeking to channel expertise in patent invention birth, prosecution and rights enforcement analysis. High-energy, results-oriented team player recognized for proactive initiative, flexibility, and enthusiastically meeting deadlines.

  • Microsoft Windows Family
  • Microsoft Office Suite

Computer Language:

  • Visual Simulation
  • Labview
  • HP Vee
  • Jmp Statistical Analysis
  • Pro-Engineer
  • Qbasic
  • Visual Simulation
  • ANSYS 3
  • C
  • Quick and effective learner
  • Clear and concise oral and written communication
  • Quick adaptability to new technologies
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Analytical thinker
  • Ability to simultaneously manage different technological areas
  • Extremely organized
  • Ability to successfully function both independently as well as within a team environment
SENIOR PATENT ANALYST Jul 2008 to Apr 2019
Cardinal Intellectual Property, Inc Evanston, IL
  • Examine innovative technology in life sciences and mechanical disciplines
  • Analysis of present proposed idea with respect to existing foreign and US patents, US published application, NPL literature, and any accessible print and digital information
  • Analysis entails patentability, invalidity, and clearance/FTO
  • Keeping abreast of constantly changing patent law and prosecution
  • Major technological areas dealt with include imaging, orthopedic, biochemical, optical, orthodontics, electromagnetic therapy, agricultural, oil drilling, and textile
  • Each search requires thorough understanding of the technology as well as deciphering the unique feature(s) that attribute to the proposed new invention
  • Searches are very time specific, so a strict observance of deadlines is essential
  • Review patentability, invalidity, and clearance/FTO reports formulated by junior patent analysts
  • Train, guide, and instruct on formulation of patentability, invalidity, and clearance/FTO reports
USPTO Alexandria, VA
  • Examine innovative technology in medical imaging industry
  • Decide whether novelty and utility exists in magnetic resonance, ultrasound, optical, computer tomography, x-ray, and other imaging inventions
  • Advise inventor applicants in patent prosecution procedure
  • Fine tune analysis of each application and patent to preclude from infringement situation
  • Keep abreast of most recent legal statutory bases on patent rights
  • Adjust to the constantly changing technology to effectively and efficiently perform technology understanding and examination
  • Formulate justifiable written statements in technical and legal writing during the prosecution of the patent application between the applicant or applicant attorney
Lifewaves International NJ
  • Novel exercise protocol that involves alternating exertion followed by complete recovery for healthy and heart failure individual
  • Each exercise session consisting of 5-8 exertion/recovery cycles
  • Collect and analyze heart rate
  • Develop software to extract some pertinent parameters from data
  • Hewlett-Packard VEE computer language implemented
INTERN Jun 1994 to Sep 1994
Roche Nutley, NJ
  • Study Autoimmune/Inflammatory diseases
  • Formulate samples for future drugs against Autoimmune/Inflammatory diseases
  • Use chromatography, NMR, centrifuge, and series of reactions to formulate potential drug samples for testing
  • Examine innovative technology in providing a non-invasive surgical environmental
Education and Training
Master of Science, Biomedical Engineering 2000 New Jersey Institute of Technology Newark, NJ
  • GPA: 3.5/4.0


  • Develop simulated closed loop drug delivery system that administers drug dose during surgery to obtain desired cardiac output response
  • Analyze a physiological model that simulates the expected response of the body to the drug
  • Construct pharmacokinetic model and feedback controlling model that (a) calculates how the drug is distributed within the body and (b) outputs the new dose to maintain cardiac output at set point range
  • Interfacing of pharmacokinetic, physiological, and feedback controlling model
  • Cascade controlling mechanism incorporating PID controller is used as feedback controlling model 
Bachelor of Science, Engineering Science, Mathematics 1998 New Jersey Institute of Technology Newark, NJ
  • GPA: 3.4/4.0


  • Use Van Der Pol couple oscillator to create a mathematical model for circadian and monthly rhythms
  • Use VisSim to simulate and test the mathematical model under natural conditions
  • "Development and Testing of a Simulated Closed Loop Drug Delivery System for Congestive Heart Failure Patients Under Milrinone Administration," Proceedings of the IEEE 26th Annual Northeast Bioengineering Conference, pp. 49, 2000
  • Presentation at the IEEE 26th Annual Northeast Bioengineering Conference in Connecticut/April 2000
Sanofi Pharmaceutical Grant, Biomedical Engineering Society of NJIT (founder), Albert Dorman Honors College, Dean's Honorary List, PHI ETA SIGMA National Honor Society, Edward J. Bloustein Distinguished Scholarship