Patricia Campbell has more than 10 years of experience counseling clients in all aspects of patent portfolio development in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology sectors. This includes for small molecule pharmaceuticals, antibodies and antibody-drug conjugates, diagnostics, enzyme replacements, and in silico screening methods for drug identification and development, among others. She has prosecuted some of the most valuable patent portfolios covering approved products from several of the world's premier biotechnology/pharmaceutical companies.
In addition to patent procurement and portfolio management, Patricia advises clients regarding patentability, validity, infringement, and freedom-to-operate issues and performs due diligence evaluations of patent portfolios for possible investment, licensing, or acquisition. She also has experience with inter partes review proceedings and oppositions before the European Patent Office. Her representative life sciences clients include AbbVie, BioMarin Pharmaceutical, Genentech, NGM Biopharmaceuticals, and Jazz Pharmaceuticals, as well as other start-up companies, established companies, academic institutions, and investment firms.
Prior to practicing law, Patricia was a tenured associate professor in the Department of Medicinal Chemistry at the University of Washington, where she served as principal investigator on research projects funded by the National Institutes of Health and the Department of Defense. Her research programs included structure-based drug design and mechanistic studies of drug-drug interactions.
Patricia is a member of the American Bar Association and the IP Inn of Court.
180-Day Notice of Commercial Marketing Mandatory Even When Biosimilar Applicants Do the "Patent Dance"
- February 2019
Patent Eligibility Remains Uncertain — Especially for the Life Sciences — Even After Recent Federal Circuit Decisions and Efforts By the USPTO to Bring Clarity (Part Two of a Two-Part Article)
- January 2019
Patent Eligibility Remains Uncertain — Especially for the Life Sciences — Even After Recent Federal Circuit Decisions and Efforts By the USPTO to Bring Clarity (Part One of a Two-Part Article)
- Autumn/Winter 2007
Patentable Subject Matter in Biotechnology: Transgenic Animals and Higher Life Forms, Center for Advanced Study & Research on Intellectual Property (CASRIP) Newsletter, Volume 14, Issue 1
Cooperative Binding of Acetaminophen and Caffeine within the P450 3A4 Active Site, coauthor, Chem Res Toxicol. 20, 1434-41
NMR Studies of Ligand Binding to P450(eryF) Provides Insight into the Mechanism of Cooperativity, coauthor, Biochemistry 45, 1673-84
Cooperative Binding of Midazolam with Testosterone and Alpha-Naphthoflavone within the CYP3A4 Ac-tive Site: A NMR T1 Paramagnetic Relaxation Study, coauthor, Biochemistry 44, 14143-51
Software Pluralism, Shidler Center for Law, Commerce and Technology at the University of Washington School of Law
The Thermodynamic Landscape of Testosterone Binding to Cytochrome P450 3A4: Ligand Binding and Spin State Equilibria, coauthor, Biochemistry 44, 1353-66
Sites of Covalent Attachment of CYP4 Enzymes to Heme: Evidence for Microheterogeneity of P450 Heme Orientation, coauthor, Biochemistry 44, 13914-20
Effects of Repeat Number on the Structure and Dynamics of the Core Peptide Epitope of Cancer Associated MUC1 Mucin: Application to Cancer Vaccine Design, coauthor, Biopolymers 77, 107-20
Allosterism in the Elementary Steps of the Cytochrome P450 Reaction Cycle, coauthor, Drug. Met. Rev. 36, 219-30
Interaction of a Peptide from the Receptor Binding Domain of Pseudomonas aeruginosa Pili Strain PAK with a Cross-Reactive Antibody: Changes in Backbone Dynamics Induced by Binding, coauthor, Biochemistry 42, 11334-46
Probing the Conformational and Dynamical Effects of O-Glycosylation within the Immunodominant Region of a MUC1 Peptide Tumor Antigen, coauthor, J. Peptide Res. 61, 91-108
Epitope Mapping of Antigenic MUC1 Peptides to Breast Cancer Antibody Fragment B27.29: A Heteronuclear NMR Study, coauthor, Biochemistry 42, 14293-305
Effect of Glycosylation on Core Peptide Epitope Presentation to the Immune System: NMR Studies of MUC1 Glycopeptide-Antibody Interactions, coauthor, Biochemistry 41, 9946-61
Structure of a Pilin Monomer from Pseudomonas aeruginosa: Implications for the Assembly of Pili, coauthor, J. Biol. Chem. 276, 24186-93
Interaction of a Bacterially Expressed Peptide from the Receptor Binding Domain of Pseudomonas aeruginosa Pili Strain PAK with a Cross-reactive Antibody: Conformation of the Bound Peptide, coauthor, Biochemistry 39, 14847-64
Glycosylations versus Conformational Preferences of Cancer Associated Mucin Core, coauthor, Glycoconjugate J. 17, 835-48
Backbone Dynamics of a Bacterially Expressed Peptide from the Receptor Binding Domain of Pseudomonas aeruginosa Pili Strain PAK from Heteronuclear 1H-15N NMR Spctroscopy, coauthor, J. Biomol. NMR 17, 239-55
Interaction of the Receptor Binding Domains of Pseudomonas aeruginosa Pili Strains PAK, PAO, KB7 and P1 to a Cross-Reactive Antibody and Receptor Analog: Implications for Synthetic Vaccine Design, coauthor, J. Mol. Biol. 267, 382-402
Solution Secondary Structure of a Bacterially Expressed Peptide from the Receptor Binding Domain of Pseudomonas aeruginosa Pili Strain PAK: A Heteronuclear Multidimensional NMR Study, coauthor, Biochemistry 36, 12791-801
Solution Conformation of an Immunogenic Peptide Derived from the Principal Neutralizing Determinant of the HIV-2 Envelope Glycoprotein gp 125, coauthor, Folding and Design 1, 157-65
Lactam Bridge Stabilization of Alpha-helixes: The Role of Hydrophobicity in Controlling Dimeric versus Monomeric Alpha-helices, coauthor, Biochemistry 35, 10041-50
NMR Solution Structure of the Receptor Binding Domain of Pseudomonas aeruginosa Pili Strain P1: Identification of a Beta-turn, coauthor, Int. J. Pept. Prote. Res. 48, 539-52
A Comparison of NMR Solution Structures of the Receptor Binding Domains of Pseudomonas aeruginosa Pili Strains PAO, KB7 and PAK: Implications for Receptor Binding and Vaccine Design, coauthor, Biochemistry 34, 16255-68
High Resolution Structures of Oxidized and Reduced Escherichia coli Thioredoxin, coauthor, Structure 2, 853-68
Binding of a High-Energy Substrate Conformer in Antibody Catalysis, coauthor, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA. 90, 8663-67
The Two-Dimensional Transferred Nuclear Overhauser Effect: Theory and Practice, coauthor, Annu. Rev. Biophys. Biomol. Struct. 22, 99-102
Interaction of Troponin I and Troponin C: Use of the Two-Dimensional Transferred Nuclear Overhauser Effect to Determine the Structure of the Inhibitory Troponin I Peptide when Bound to Turkey Skeletal Troponin C, coauthor, J. Mol. Biol. 222, 405-21
Theoretical Evaluation of the Two-Dimensional Transferred Nuclear Overhauser Effect, coauthor, J. Magn. Reson. 93, 77-92
Effects of Internal Motions on the Development of the Two-Dimensional Transferred Nuclear Overhauser Effect, coauthor, J. Biomol. NMR 1, 391-402
- March 27, 2019Intellectual Property and Plants
- May 16, 2018Women in IP Speaker Series: Developing and Commercializing New Medicines: Do Patents Still Matter?
- October 14, 2017Opportunities for Biosimilar Companies under the U.S. Legal System, 2017 Chinese Bioscience Association Annual Conference
- September 6, 2017Introduction to Careers in Patent Law and Highlights of CRISPR/CAS Dispute; King Hall Intellectual Property Law Association University of California, Davis
- April 3, 2017Patents and Basic Scientific Research: Discovery Versus Invention; 253rd ACS National Meeting and Exposition in San Fransisco, CA Chemistry & the Law (CHAL), "The Use of Scientific Information in IP-Related Matters"
- May 26, 2014The Role of Patents in Biotechnology; "Translational Research Day," Li Ka Shing Applied Virology Institute University of Alberta
- May 20, 2013Introduction to Patent Law II: Stem Cell Patents; Department of Biomedical and General Engineering; California Polytechnic State University
- May 7, 2012Introduction to Patent Law I: Stem Cell Patents; Department of Biomedical and General Engineering; California Polytechnic State University
- May 2012Women in IP Networking Happy Hour
- University of Washington (Seattle) (J.D. 2007); Protein Engineering Network of Centres of Excellence (Edmonton) (Postdoctoral Fellow, 1993-1997); Scripps Research Institute, Department of Molecular Biology (La Jolla, California) (Postdoctoral Fellow, 1992-1993); University of Alberta (Edmonton, Canada) (Ph.D. in Biochemistry 1992); University of British Columbia (Vancouver, Canada) (B.Sc. in Biochemistry and Chemistry with honors 1984)
- California, U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, and registered to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office