Northeastern University School of Law (J.D., 2007)
Princeton University (Ph.D. in Molecular Biology, 2000)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (B.S. in Biology, 1995)
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
Fluent in Mandarin Chinese
Jeannie serves as counsel to the firm. Prior to joining Cesari and McKenna, LLP, she was an associate at Fish & Richardson, P.C. (2007-2010) and an associate at Occhiuti, Rohlicek & Tsao, LLP (2010-2013).
Her practice focuses on U.S. and foreign patent prosecution, opinion work, and client counseling in the areas of biotechnology and other biological and medical sciences.
Jeannie has experience with projects related to gene and cell-based therapies, small inhibitory RNAs, DNA and protein vaccines, peptide display technologies, diagnosis and treatment of various disorders (including autoimmune disorders, diabetes, asthma, achondroplasia, cancer, and cardiovascular diseases), immunodiagnostics and therapeutics, drug discovery, transgenic animals and plants, biopolymers, and prosthetics and other medical devices.
Prior to joining Cesari and McKenna, Jeannie was a clerk/associate with Fish & Richardson P.C. (2006-2010) and an associate with ORT Patent Law (2010-2013). Jeannie is fluent in Mandarin Chinese.