Tathagat Dutta Ray, Ph.D., Joins the Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds Life Sciences Team

November 6, 2017, Concord and Boston, MA – Leading intellectual property law firm Hamilton, Brook, Smith & Reynolds, P.C. is pleased to announce that Tathagat Dutta Ray has joined the firm as a technology specialist.  “Ray” will provide expertise and assistance in our life sciences patent preparations and prosecution, as well as litigation support.

Ray has trained in biomedical sciences, and has knowledge and experience in immunology, biochemistry, microbiology, cell and molecular biology.  Ray’s focus is on technologies and inventions in the field of biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, biologics, proteomics, biochemistry, RNAi biology and medical devices.

John DuPré, president and principal at Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds, states, “Ray is a wonderful complement to our expertise in the life sciences.   We are happy to welcome Ray to our firm, and our clients will surely benefit from his technical know-how.”

Prior to joining the firm, Ray was a Ruth L. Kirchstein National Institutes of Health Research Fellow at Boston University School of Medicine, where he was studying the crosstalk of the complement system and innate immune signaling pathways in infectious and chronic inflammatory diseases.  Ray also did a postdoctoral fellowship at New York University School of Medicine, where he worked on cardiovascular diseases and chronic inflammation.  He holds a doctorate from University of Massachusetts Medical School where he identified and characterized novel complement pathway blocking antibodies in human serum and studied their implication in vaccine design and efficacy.

Alice Carroll, principal at Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds added, “Ray’s recent industry experiences and many published articles in the field of immunology will infuse some of the latest thinking in these areas into our already strong life sciences team.”

Ray has presented his research at international scientific meetings and has co-authored several published articles in peer-reviewed journals like Cell, Nature and Journal of Immunology.  He has been the recipient of awards and honors including the Ruth L. Kirschstein Institutional National Research Fellowship, Award for research poster presentation at FASEB, Immunological Aspects of Obesity Conference, Montana, USA, and NIH Travel Grant Award: XVII International Pathogenic Neisseriae Conference in Banff, Canada.

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November 6, 2017, Concord and Boston, MA – Leading intellectual property law firm Hamilton, Brook, Smith & Reynolds, P.C. is pleased to announce that Tathagat Dutta Ray has joined the firm as a technology specialist.  “Ray” will provide expertise and assistance in our life sciences patent preparations and prosecution, as well as litigation support.

Ray has trained in biomedical sciences, and has knowledge and experience in immunology, biochemistry, microbiology, cell and molecular biology.  Ray’s focus is on technologies and inventions in the field of biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, biologics, proteomics, biochemistry, RNAi biology and medical devices.

John DuPré, president and principal at Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds, states, “Ray is a wonderful complement to our expertise in the life sciences.   We are happy to welcome Ray to our firm, and our clients will surely benefit from his technical know-how.”

Prior to joining the firm, Ray was a Ruth L. Kirchstein National Institutes of Health Research Fellow at Boston University School of Medicine, where he was studying the crosstalk of the complement system and innate immune signaling pathways in infectious and chronic inflammatory diseases.  Ray also did a postdoctoral fellowship at New York University School of Medicine, where he worked on cardiovascular diseases and chronic inflammation.  He holds a doctorate from University of Massachusetts Medical School where he identified and characterized novel complement pathway blocking antibodies in human serum and studied their implication in vaccine design and efficacy.

Alice Carroll, principal at Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds added, “Ray’s recent industry experiences and many published articles in the field of immunology will infuse some of the latest thinking in these areas into our already strong life sciences team.”

Ray has presented his research at international scientific meetings and has co-authored several published articles in peer-reviewed journals like Cell, Nature and Journal of Immunology.  He has been the recipient of awards and honors including the Ruth L. Kirschstein Institutional National Research Fellowship, Award for research poster presentation at FASEB, Immunological Aspects of Obesity Conference, Montana, USA, and NIH Travel Grant Award: XVII International Pathogenic Neisseriae Conference in Banff, Canada.

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