Patent Specialist Kristina Sorochkina strengthens Papula-Nevinpat’s Chemistry and Process Technology team

12.4.2021

Patent specialist Kristina Sorochkina has joined Papula-Nevinpat’s Chemistry and Process Technology team on 1 April 2021. Kristina has a M. Sc. degree in chemistry from the Lomonosov Moscow State University. Currently, she is finalizing her doctoral dissertation in chemistry at the University of Helsinki.

Kristina has more than 10 years of research experience in international research groups. Part of her research work has been published in respected international journals. Kristina is specialized in organic chemistry and catalysis, but she has also developed broad expertise in related fields, such as chemical analysis, polymer and medicinal chemistry.

“I’m happy to join Papula-Nevinpat and look very much forward to gaining a deeper perspective on patenting, especially in the field of chemistry. I’m excited to bring my strengths and expertise to the team”, says Kristina Sorochkina.

“We all warmly welcome Kristina to our team of IP experts. Her extensive knowledge in organic chemistry and catalysis will be solely to the benefit of our customers”, comments Linda Norrgård, European Patent Attorney, Team Leader, Chemistry and Process Technology.

Kristina will focus on assisting Papula-Nevinpat’s clients worldwide in handling various patent matters in Russia and Eurasia.

 

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