Bioinformatics and Digital Health encompass many different fields of application. Continued advancements in bioinformatics are driving forward key developments in precision medicine, placing the patient at the heart of decisions.
We work with innovators in sequencing, genomics, proteomics, metabolomics and cell biology, as well as biosensors and artificial intelligence. We understand the challenges in this area, and can advise you on how to adapt your IP strategy to deal with these.
Our core bioinformatics team includes attorneys whose practice has a strong focus in this field, with backgrounds in bioinformatics/computational biology, biochemistry, electronics, physics and engineering. They form part of a wider multi-disciplinary team that is over 20-strong and made up of scientists and engineers who have deep knowledge and understanding of the variety of technologies and fields that bioinformatics touches.
We have our finger on the pulse of developments in EPO practice in relation to bioinformatics inventions. We have an impressive record of getting seemingly difficult cases through to grant.
Digital Health innovations can give rise to a number of valuable assets from data to code, designs of user interfaces, new methods and know-how, each of which can be associated with multiple individual IP rights, both registered and unregistered. Our highly skilled legal team works seamlessly alongside our patent experts to help our clients build a strong bundle of IP rights, including copyrights, trade secrets, database rights, designs and patents. Our integrated team approach means that we can be with you all the way and across the whole spectrum of your IP needs, ensuring efficient, joined-up and commercially relevant advice.
Find out more on our Bioinformatics spotlight page.