T.C. Deveau is a registered patent agent who focuses his practice on patent prosecution and counseling in technologies relating to chemistry and life sciences. T.C. is registered to practice in front of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) and he has particular expertise in the fields of biology, molecular biology, biotechnology, chemistry, biochemistry, physics, virology, molecular genetics, neuroscience, neurochemistry, neurobiology, neurophysiology, and neuropharmacology.
Prior to joining the firm, T.C. was a registered patent agent in the Atlanta, Georgia headquarters of an intellectual property law firm where he concentrated his practice on patent prosecution and drafting in the fields of chemistry, biology, biologics, small molecules, diagnostic methods, methods of treatment, CRISPR, immunoassays, nucleic acid detection, medical devices, software, medical imaging, medical imaging software, semiconductors, tissue culture, 3D tissue culture, food science, material science, mechanical arts, and design.
T.C. received his B.S. in Neuroscience from Vanderbilt University and as an undergraduate, he was interested in novel therapies for central nervous system (CNS) disorders and injury. He gained technical experience in the field of pharmacology as an undergraduate researcher, followed by extensive experience as a research technician in the fields of psychiatry and human genetics at Emory University. T.C. earned his Ph.D. in the field of Neuroscience from Emory University and his thesis work focused on enhancements of cellular therapy for ischemic stroke.
As an American Heart Association pre-doctoral fellow, T.C. worked on enhancements to stem cell-derived neurons to improve their efficacy after transplantation in the ischemic brain. He was a graduate teaching assistant for Emory University's undergraduate neurobiology course and mentored numerous undergraduate research assistants and junior graduate students. T.C. has also given numerous talks on his research, presented his research yearly at major international research conferences, and has authored and co-authored several publications in high-impact and top-tier journals.
T.C. is presently pursuing a law degree from Georgia State University College of Law.
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