Matthew is an experienced patent agent who assists in the drafting of U.S. and foreign patent applications for clients in the technology and life sciences industries. He is particularly adept at distilling inventive concepts in the fields of bioinformatics, medical devices, computer vision, autonomous driving, augmented reality, and various other applications of machine learning. In working with clients, Matthew focuses on building an intricate narrative around the inventive concept to best position the patent application for grant as a patent.
Matthew is currently attending Santa Clara University School of Law in pursuit of a Juris Doctorate degree, anticipated in May 2023. While in law school, his team competed and won American Intellectual Property Law Association’s Giles S. Rich patent litigation moot court competition which dealt with interpreting statutes on inter partes review estoppel and arguing indefiniteness of certain claim limitations. As an undergraduate student, he worked as a research assistant at two leading biomedical sciences research facilities, the Scripps Institute and the Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute.