SOKOLOVA MARINA

Russian and Eurasian Patent Attorney

Marina Sokolova is a Patent Attorney at Papula-Nevinpat.

From 1985 to 1997 Marina worked as a researcher at All-Russian Plant Protection Institute and Polytechnical Institute, department of biological physics, and had an one-year course in genetics at Leningrad State University, department of plant genetics. She is the author in 11 scientific articles in the field of plant gene engineering, biochemistry and plant protection. Marina has been working at Papula-Nevinpat since 1997. Now she works as the head of the biochemistry group.

Core expertise

Immunology
Biochemistry, microbiology, gene technology
Organic chemistry
Pharmaceuticals

Languages

Russian, English, Spanish

Education

Saint-Petersburg Institute of Technology (Leningrad Lensoviet Institute of Technology), Department of Biotechnology, 1979-1985; a course of genetics at Leningrad State University, 1992-1993; post-graduate, All-Russian Plant Protection Institute and Leningrad Polytechnical Institute, 1993-1997, Ph.D. degree in biology