Anne Marie Carr
- European Patent Attorney
- Chartered Patent Attorney (UK)
- Registered Patent Attorney (Ireland)
- European Trade Mark and Design Attorney
- Postgraduate Diploma in Chemical Engineering, University of Limerick
- BSc Biotechnology, National University of Ireland, Galway
Anne Marie Carr specializes in patent work in the fields of biotechnology and pharmaceuticals. Her experience includes antibodies, vaccines, fusion proteins, heat shock proteins, cancer therapies, genetic markers, glycosylation markers, microbiology, immunology, and purification methods. She has particular experience in drafting and prosecuting patent applications in the area of antibodies.
Anne Marie has been with Murgitroyd since 2004 and is a Director, Patents at our Dublin office. A qualified European, UK, and Irish patent attorney, she deals with all aspects of patents, including drafting, prosecution, oppositions, appeals, due diligence, validity and infringement opinions, supplementary protection certificates (SPCs), and pediatric extensions.
She also prosecutes patent applications directly before the European, UK, and Irish patent offices and deals closely with local counsel for matters relating to prosecution before other patent offices — the USPTO in particular. Anne Marie works with a wide range of clients, including universities, companies, and individuals, to develop a suitable intellectual property strategy that meets their specific needs.
She has an Honours Post-Graduate Diploma in Chemical Engineering from the University of Limerick, Ireland, and an Honours Degree in Biotechnology from the National University of Galway, Ireland. During the course of her studies, she spent some time researching gene expression in the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) in Heidelberg, Germany.
Anne Marie is responsible for Irish patent practice at Murgitroyd and is a member of Murgitroyd’s SPC team.
Core Expertise: Life sciences, biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, biochemistry, biomedical sciences, molecular biology, immunology, immunotherapy, genomics, antibodies, vaccines, fusion proteins, cancer therapies, chemical engineering, gene expression, microbiology, and diagnostic assays.