David Hayzer, Ph.D.

Of Counsel


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Law School

Georgia State University, Juris Doctorate 1999

undergraduate/graduate

Queen Mary College, University of London, B.S. in Microbiology 1973 and Ph.D. in Microbiology 1977


practice areas


industries



Biography


David is a graduate of Queen Mary College, University of London, with a Bachelor of Science and Ph.D. in microbiology. He has a research career of over 25 years in the fields of microbiology and biochemistry, and in cell and molecular biology in the areas of reproductive biology, immunology and cardiovascular biology. David conducted postdoctoral research at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology-Zurich and the Population Council at the Rockefeller University, and was on the faculty of the University of Geneva (Switzerland) and Emory University (Atlanta). David has a technical and research background in molecular and cell biology, nucleic acid cloning and sequencing, as well as in enzymology and biochemistry. He is the author of over thirty peer-reviewed publications in these fields.

David is a graduate (1999) of Georgia State University Law School and he is licensed to practice and registered to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. David is a member of the firm's chemical and biotechnological patent prosecution sections and his practice primarily involves preparing and prosecuting patent applications in the chemical, pharmaceutical, and biotechnological fields, and works directly with universities, and both small and large commercial clients.

David has experience in preparing and prosecuting patent applications in the areas of plant, animal and microbial biotechnology, pharmaceutical compositions, (e.g., organic and inorganic chemistry), DNA/RNA analysis systems, nutraceutical compositions, proteins, polynucleotide, biotechnological devices, medical devices, medical software and business applications as they relate to biomedical fields.


Experience


David has a technical and research background in molecular and cell biology, nucleic acid cloning and sequencing, as well as in enzymology and biochemistry. David has experience in preparing and prosecuting patent applications in the area of plant, animal and microbioal biotechnology, pharmaceutical compositions, (e.g., organic and inorganic chemistry), DNA/RNA analysis systems, nutraceutical compositions, proteins, polynucleotiedes, biotechnological devices, medical devices, medical software and business applications as they relate to biomedical fields.

Admissions


David is licensed to practice in Georgia and is also registered to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

Memberships


  • American Associate for Advancement for Science
  • Association of University Technology Managers