From university days to my previous employment, I mainly lived in the Kansai area (Osaka, Nara and Kyoto).
As a patent attorney, I would like to make full use of my research experiences at graduate school and research institutes to engage in application and licensing activities.
I always try my best to provide courteous services to our clients so that the inventors will be satisfied.
Since my daily work is mainly desk work, I go to gym after work to exercise, which I consider is a good way to refresh.
Biology, Pharmaceutics, Organic chemistry, Inorganic chemistry, Mechanical structure
Osaka University Graduate School of Science Department of Biological Sciences Doctoral course completed, Doctor of Science
Research theme: X-ray crystal structure analysis of proteins
Engaged in research on improvement of enzyme cellulase for biomass utilization at Cell Engineering Research Division, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
Engaged in research on gene transcription regulatory proteins at foreign research institutions
Engaged in domestic and foreign patent practices at patent firms in Kansai
(served as a patent practitioner at a patent firm in Kansai before joining Ushiki & Associates)