Combining a medical background and in-depth patent prosecution experience to provide insight
Shazi Jiang focuses her practice on patent prosecution and opinion work for clients, and has experience in a wide variety of technical areas, including chemistry, biochemistry, pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, and metallurgy fields.
Her practice encompasses all aspects of patent prosecution, including full-scale US and foreign prosecution of applications, and further includes providing patent counseling services such as drafting freedom to operate, noninfringement, and invalidity opinions.
Shazi’s technical practice covers a wide variety of subject matter, such as agrochemicals, herbicides, insecticides, pesticides, fungicides, polymers, material science, metallurgy, nutraceuticals, pharmaceuticals, veterinary medicine, transgenic plants, diagnostic, detection, and other devices, and small molecules pharmaceuticals for treatments of diseases, such as fibrosis, cancer, Alzheimer’s Disease, neuropsychiatric disorders, and other diseases.
Before entering law, Shazi received her MD from Vanderbilt University School of Medicine. Prior to joining McNeill Baur PLLC, she spent seven years at McBee Moore & Vanik IP, LLC, where she had a prosecution practice focused on patent prosecution and opinion work.
“Reduction of cell cycle progression in human erythroid progenitor cells treated with tumor necrosis factor alpha occurs with reduced CDK6 and is partially reversed by CDK6 transduction,” British Journal of Hematology 121: 919-927 (2003) (coauthor).
District of Columbia
US Patent and Trademark Office
*Not admitted in CA
Vanderbilt University Law School,
Vanderbilt University School of Medicine,
Doctor of Medicine, 2007
BS, Molecular and Cellular Biology,
summa cum laude, 2003