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Karri Kuenzli Bradley, Ph.D.

Overview

Karri Kuenzli Bradley brings an extensive scientific background to helping clients obtain patent rights in the United States and foreign jurisdictions. Her experience in the lab helps her communicate efficiently and effectively with scientists in the chemical, agricultural and life sciences industries. Karri’s clients include many of the world’s most innovative universities, research institutions, governmental entities, and emerging and privately held businesses.

A registered U.S. patent attorney with more than 12 years of experience, Karri focuses her procurement work on biotechnology, cancer biology, pharmacology, physiology, cell biology, molecular biology, chemistry, medical diagnostics, medical devices and botany. She prepares and prosecutes plant patent applications as well as Plant Variety Protection Act applications.

In addition to patent prosecution, Karri prepares opinions on patentability, inventorship, freedom-to-operate, non-infringement and invalidity, and assists clients with trademark procurement and enforcement, and patent and trademark licensing transactions.

Karri holds a Ph.D. in Cellular and Molecular Pharmacology and Physiology and has performed post-doctoral fellowships in pharmacology and molecular biology. Her desire for continued learning and challenge drives her commitment to understanding all aspects of client businesses and goals, in order to provide the best possible representation.

Experience

Experience

Representative Issued Patents

  • US 7,795,499 9/14/2012 Agrigenetics, Inc., entitled “Generation of Plants with Improved Drought Tolerance.”
  • US 8,193,145 6/5/2012 University of Nevada, Reno, entitled “Laminins, Derivatives, and Compositions Including Same and Methods for Their Therapeutic Use.”
  • US 8,187,622 5/29/2012 Marquet Cardiopulmonary AG, entitled “Use of Nonionic Esters in Coating for Surfaces Coming in contact with Blood.”
  • US 8,414,935 4.9/2013 Byzmed LLC, entitled “Composition and Methods for Clotting Blood.”
  • US 8,418,270 7/9/2013 Ventana Medical Systems, Inc., entitled “Method for Chromogenic Detection of Two or More Target Molecules in a Single Sample.”
  • US 8,426,146 4/23/2013 University of Pittsburgh-Of the Commonwealth System of Higher Education, entitled “Multiparametric Method for Assessing Immune System Status.”
  • US 8,496,798 7/30/2013 Oregon Health & Science University, entitled “Reversible Current Gel Electrophoresis Device for Separating Biological Macromolecules.”
  • US 8,532,778 9/10/2013 The United States of America as represented by the Department of Veterans Affairs, entitled “Restoring Cough Using Microstimulators.”
  • US 8,609,110 12/17/2013 University of Pittsburgh-Of the Commonwealth System of Higher Education and University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, entitled “CitroBacter Freundii Antibacterial Agents and Their Use.”
  • US 8,667,759 3/11/2014, Westblock Systems, Inc., entitled “Wall Block System.”
  • US 8,673,067 3/18/2014 Battelle Memorial Institute, entitled “Immobilized Fluid Membranes for Gas Separation.”
  • US 8,703,826 4/22/2014 The United States of America as represented by the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services, entitled “Preparation of (R,S)-fenoterol and (R,R)- or (R,S)-fenoterol Analogues and Their Use in Treating Congestive Heart Failure.”
  • US 8,921,071 12/30/2014 The United States of America as represented by the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services, entitled “Targeting Poly-Gamma-Glutamic Acid to Treat Staphylococcus Epidermidis and Related Infections.”
  • US 9,079,136 7/14/2015 Battelle Memorial Institute, entitled “Thin, Porous Metal Sheets and Methods for Making the Same.”
  • US 9,150,926 10/6/2015 The United States of America as represented by the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services, entitled “Diagnosis and Treatment of Adrenocortical Tumors Using Human MicroRNA-483.”
  • US 9,181,306 11/10/2015 The United States of America as represented by the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services, entitled “Insertion of Foreign Genes in Rubella Virus and Their Stable Expression in a Live, Attenuated Viral Vaccine.”
  • US 9,266,928 2/23/2016 The United States of America as represented by the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services, entitled “Deletion of the beta 20-21 loop in HIV GP120 Exposes the CDR Binding Site for Improved Antibody Binding and Antibody Induction.”

Memberships & Awards

Memberships

  • Oregon State Bar Antitrust Section Committee, Member (2011-2015)
  • Association of University Technology Managers
  • Intellectual Property Section, Oregon State Bar, Member
  • American Intellectual Property Law Association, Member

Awards

  • Dean Merit Scholarship
  • Omaha Law League Scholarship
  • McKee Voorhees and Sease Scholarship
  • Cali Award recipient for Criminal Law, Marriage and Divorce, European Union Law, Patent Law, and Trademarks and Unfair Competition
  • Dean’s Honor Roll (Fall 2002, Spring 2003)
  • Sigma Xi Research Award (1994 and 1995)

Resources & Ideas

  • Co-author, “Purine Nucleoside-Dependent Inhibition of Cellular Proliferation in 1321N1 Human Astrocytoma Cells,” J. Pharmacol. Exp. Ther. (2001).
  • Co-author, “Kir3.1/3.2 Encodes an I(KACh)-like Current in Gastrointestinal Myocytes,” Am. J. Physiol. Gastrointest. Liver. Physiol. (2000).
  • Co-author, “Inward Rectifier Potassium Conductance Regulates Membrane Potential of Canine Colonic Smooth Muscle,” J. Physiol. (1999).
  • Co-author, “Kir2.1 Encodes the Inward Rectifier Potassium Channel in Rat Arterial Smooth Muscle Cells,” J. Physiol. (1999).
  • Co-author, “Molecular Diversity of K(V) Alpha- and Beta-Subunit Expression in Canine Gastrointestinal Smooth Muscles,” Am. J. Physiol. (1999).
  • Co-author, “Basal Activation of ATP-Sensitive Potassium Channels in Murine Colonic Smooth Muscle Cell,” Biophys. J. (1998).
  • Co-author, “Functional and Molecular Expression of Volume-Regulated Chloride Channels in Canine Vascular Smooth Muscle Cells,” J. Physiol. (1998).
  • Co-author, “Functional and Molecular Identification of a Novel Chloride Conductance in Canine Colonic Smooth Muscle,” Am. J. Physiol. (1998).
  • Co-author, “Nitric Oxide Regulation of Monkey Myometrial Contractility,” Br. J. Pharmacol. (1998).
  • Co-author, “Nitric Oxide Relaxes Human Myometrium by a cGMP-Independent Mechanism,” Am. J. Physiol. (1998).
  • Co-author, “Cyclic GMP-Independent Effects of Nitric Oxide on Guinea-Pig Uterine Contractility,” Br. J. Pharmacol. (1996).
  • Co-author, “Adenosine-Stimulated Contraction in Nonpregnant Guinea Pig Myometrium Does Not Involve Cyclooxygenase,” J. Pharmacol. Exp. Ther. (1993).

Community Activities

Community Activities

  • Saturday Academy, Board Member
  • Forest Grove Back to School Drive, Co-Chair (2010-2014)
  • Forest Grove Holiday Drive, Co-Chair (2009-2014)
  • Saturday Free Lunch Program at Vose Elementary School, Coordinator (2012-2014)
  • Oregon Food Bank Drive, Co-Chair (2010-2011)

Services

Education

Admissions

Oregon State Courts

United States Patent and Trademark Office

Outside The Office