Kene Gallois

Head of the Chemical & Life Sciences Group




Kene Gallois

Head of the Chemical & Life Sciences Group




Kene Gallois has more than 10 years experience in the field of Biological Sciences. She graduated from the Fluminense Federal University (UFF) and has a Master’s Degree from the Oswaldo Cruz Foundation (Fiocruz) in Cellular and Molecular Biology. She began her career working in research projects in Pathology, Immunology and Pharmacology and has been working with patents in the areas of Biotechnology, Pharmacy, Chemistry, Agriculture, Food and Cosmetics since 2009, providing specialized counseling to clients.

In 2015, she joined Daniel Law, where she coordinates the Life Sciences Division, providing several services related to the patent practice, such as drafting, filing and processing patent applications, performing searches, providing technical assistance in Court actions, preparing legal opinions and freedom-to-operate reports, analyzing the client’s portfolios and providing assistance on commercial strategies. She also attends meetings with clients and the Brazilian PTO examiners and trains newly-hired professionals, amongst other responsibilities.

Biotechnology
Patents
Pharma
Chemistry

Master’s Degree in Molecular and Cellular Biology from the Oswaldo Cruz Foundation (Fiocruz).
Graduation in Biological Sciences from the Fluminense Federal University (UFF).

Member of the Brazilian Intellectual Property Association – ABPI
Member of the Regional Council of Biology – CRBio-02

New Guidelines for Biotech Inventions are Published by the Brazilian PTO

A Look at BPTO Data on Pharmaceutical Patents Subject to the Minimum Term of Ten Years From Grant

Brazilian Ministry of Health creates IP advisory groups that may interfere in examining patent applications

Brazilian Ministry of Health Accelerates Examination of Pharma Patent Applications

How can foreign companies regularize activities from access to national genetic heritage?

Patent applications related to COVID-19 are eligible for accelerated examination at the Brazilian PTO

Divisional applications: Procedural manoeuvres pay off

How to protect therapeutic methods in Brazil

The Brazilian PTO launched a public consultation inviting comments on patent applications in the biotechnology field

Patent backlog in Brazil: slow, but welcome, progress

PPH between BRPTO and UKIPO on Biotech and Telecom fields

BPTO extends the period for requesting priority examination under the PPH with the USPTO

Rare diseases, Chikungunya and Zika are now possibilities for fast-track examination request

Phase II of USPTO-BPTO PPH: new requirements and extension of the covered technical field

Updates on the requirements concerning access to components of Brazil’s genetic heritage or traditional Knowledge

BRPTO’s establishes guidelines for examining chemical patent applications

Bridging the great divide

BRPTO and ANVISA’s role regarding the examination of pharma patents application

BRPTO launched a public consultation inviting comments on chemical patents application

Main Aspects of Plant Protection in Brazil and its Changes Over These Twenty Years

The Most Important Aspects of Protecting Your Biotechnology Invention in Brazil

Brazil x Europe – A Comparative Study as to Antibody Patentability

Biotechnology Patents in Brazil: Current Situation and Expectations

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Kene Gallois has more than 10 years experience in the field of Biological Sciences. She graduated from the Fluminense Federal University (UFF) and has a Master’s Degree from the Oswaldo Cruz Foundation (Fiocruz) in Cellular and Molecular Biology. She began her career working in research projects in Pathology, Immunology and Pharmacology and has been working with patents in the areas of Biotechnology, Pharmacy, Chemistry, Agriculture, Food and Cosmetics since 2009, providing specialized counseling to clients.

In 2015, she joined Daniel Law, where she coordinates the Life Sciences Division, providing several services related to the patent practice, such as drafting, filing and processing patent applications, performing searches, providing technical assistance in Court actions, preparing legal opinions and freedom-to-operate reports, analyzing the client’s portfolios and providing assistance on commercial strategies. She also attends meetings with clients and the Brazilian PTO examiners and trains newly-hired professionals, amongst other responsibilities.

Biotechnology
Patents
Pharma
Chemistry

Master’s Degree in Molecular and Cellular Biology from the Oswaldo Cruz Foundation (Fiocruz).
Graduation in Biological Sciences from the Fluminense Federal University (UFF).

Member of the Brazilian Intellectual Property Association – ABPI
Member of the Regional Council of Biology – CRBio-02

New Guidelines for Biotech Inventions are Published by the Brazilian PTO

A Look at BPTO Data on Pharmaceutical Patents Subject to the Minimum Term of Ten Years From Grant

Brazilian Ministry of Health creates IP advisory groups that may interfere in examining patent applications

Brazilian Ministry of Health Accelerates Examination of Pharma Patent Applications

How can foreign companies regularize activities from access to national genetic heritage?

Patent applications related to COVID-19 are eligible for accelerated examination at the Brazilian PTO

Divisional applications: Procedural manoeuvres pay off

How to protect therapeutic methods in Brazil

The Brazilian PTO launched a public consultation inviting comments on patent applications in the biotechnology field

Patent backlog in Brazil: slow, but welcome, progress

PPH between BRPTO and UKIPO on Biotech and Telecom fields

BPTO extends the period for requesting priority examination under the PPH with the USPTO

Rare diseases, Chikungunya and Zika are now possibilities for fast-track examination request

Phase II of USPTO-BPTO PPH: new requirements and extension of the covered technical field

Updates on the requirements concerning access to components of Brazil’s genetic heritage or traditional Knowledge

BRPTO’s establishes guidelines for examining chemical patent applications

Bridging the great divide

BRPTO and ANVISA’s role regarding the examination of pharma patents application

BRPTO launched a public consultation inviting comments on chemical patents application

Main Aspects of Plant Protection in Brazil and its Changes Over These Twenty Years

The Most Important Aspects of Protecting Your Biotechnology Invention in Brazil

Brazil x Europe – A Comparative Study as to Antibody Patentability

Biotechnology Patents in Brazil: Current Situation and Expectations

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