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Jared Manse, Ph.D.

Associate

St. Louis
314 552 6076 direct

Jared has a PhD in Molecular Microbiology of Medicine that provides him with extensive knowledge in a number of scientific areas including biochemistry, immunology, and microbial pathogenesis in both human and veterinary hosts.

During his joint doctoral program in the School of Medicine and College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Missouri-Columbia, Jared studied the molecular underpinnings of bacterial toxins that cause human disease. Having first earned his JD from Duke Law School and a biology degree from Wake Forest University, Jared re-entered active legal practice with a unique perspective on the interplay between science and the law, which he uses to advise clients on a whole host of complex legal and patent issues. He is admitted to practice law in Missouri, the Commonwealth of Virginia and before the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

Jared draws on his extensive technical experience in molecular cloning, site-directed mutagenesis, nucleic acid purification, cell culture, heterologous protein expression and purification, immunocytochemistry and confocal microscopy to better serve clients in both litigation and in patent prosecution, licensing and enforcement. In addition to preparing patent applications and documents, he has been instrumental in anticipatory IP litigation planning and strategy.

Blogs

University patents now immune to inter partes review: Will business come calling?

Publications

Co-author, "Binding and Entry of Clostridium Difficile Toxin B is Mediated by Multiple Domains"
FEBS Letters December 21, 2015