Raph Y. Kim
Services & Specializations
District of Columbia;
US Patent & Trademark Office
1901 L Street NW, Suite 620, Washington, DC 20036
Raph focuses on the strategic management of patent prosecution and patent portfolio development in a variety of life science technologies including pharmaceutical compounds, chemicals, and biomaterials. A chemical engineer, Raph has conducted advanced biological experiments for human stem cell research and tissue engineering, e.g., by designing and fabricating microfluidic chips and nano/micro-scale surface patterns, and has experience in molecular biology, genetic modification, biochemical assays, advanced imaging, and nano/micro technology for biological uses. He once clerked for the largest law firm in South Korea.
- JD, American University Washington College of Law, Washington, DC, 2015
- MS (Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering), Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, 2008
- BS (Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering), Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, 2007
- Co-author. “Pharma-Related Patent Enablement Reaches the Highest Court,” November 10, 2022.
- Co-author. “Empowering American Innovation: APEX for Independent Inventors and the Public,” Berkeley Technology Law Journal, May 2016.
- First co-author. “Spatial Control of Adult Stem Cell Fate Using Nanotopographic Cues,” Biomaterials, March 2014.
- Co-author. “Simple Haptotactic Gradient Generation within a Triangular Microfluidic Channel,” Lab on a Chip, August 2010.
- American Intellectual Property Law Organization (AIPLA), member