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Seminar Looks at Patent Disclosure for Medical Researchers

By: Kathleen Tuck   Published 8:55 am / February 23, 2017

The Core logoThe CORE is hosting a special event for Idaho professors and researchers discussing the whats and whys of patent disclosure from 4-6 p.m. Wednesday, March 8, at Telaya Wine Co. in Garden City. CORE members include Boise State University, Idaho State University and University of Idaho.

The seminar features Molly Kocialski, director of the Rocky Mountain Regional U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). Her presentation will be followed by a networking session to connect with other medical-related researchers.

Learn about projects and resources from peers across Idaho and find ways to move your research forward. This event is free but RSVPs are required. Please email kylieholm@thecoreidaho.com by March 3.

Portrait of Molly KocialskiKocialski has served as director of the Rocky Mountain Regional USPTO since January 2016. Most recently, she was the senior patent counsel for Oracle America Inc., where she was responsible for managing an active patent prosecution docket and also was responsible for all of the post-grant procedures and patent investigations for Oracle and its subsidiaries. Prior to Oracle, she worked at Qwest Corporation and was also in private practice in both New York and Colorado focusing on intellectual property litigation for multiple high-tech companies while maintaining an active prosecution docket.

Learn more at http://www.thecoreidaho.com/patent-disclosures-for-university-researchers.html?mc_cid=202c32afbe&mc_eid=cd866e8fbb.