Jian Jiang is a PTO-registered patent lawyer with a Ph.D. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in Materials Science. Dr, Jiang’s experience includes drafting and prosecuting U.S. patent applications involving Electrical Engineering, Computer Software, Mechanical Engineering, Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Materials Science, and Biotechnology and in the food, consumer electronics, telecommunication, and medical device industries. She has prosecuted international patent applications in Japan, Korea, China, Europe, and other regions all over the world and has counseled clients on international IP strategies. Dr. Jiang also conducts IP due diligence and prepares IP and technology licensing agreements.
Prior to law school, she received in 2007 her Ph.D. in Materials Science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where she researched detection and quantification of signature peptides from biomarkers for infectious diseases or cancers using MALDI (MS and MS/MS), developed and optimized for diagnosis of human diseases a peptide chip method, researched detection and quantification of EGFR in human tumors, researched detection and quantification of francisella tularensis in mice samples, tested and optimized immunoaffinity columns, researched cancer pathology in human cells using quantitative PCR, researched synthesis of a new polymeric drug delivery system and its application in siRNA delivery for gene therapy, etc.
Before she came to the United States to pursue her Ph.D., she received in 2002 her B.S. in Polymer Materials & Engineering from Fudan University in Shanghai, China. She is fluent in Mandarin, Shanghainese, and Cantonese.
Prior to joining K&L Gates, Ms. Jiang was an associate at an intellectual property firm in Chicago. During law school, she interned at an international intellectual property firm, where she worked on various patent prosecution and litigation projects in a variety of technical areas such as Biotechnology, Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, and Polymer/Materials Science & Engineering.
She externed in the legal department of Chicago Transit Authority working on a wide range of transactional and litigation cases, including criminal matters. She worked on projects related to all phases of litigation, including covering case management, compiling standard discovery packages and motions, including motions in limine, and conducting depositions and arbitration.