The UNH School of Law, Health Law & Policy Programs along with the Franklin Pierce Center for Intellectual Property recently held a seminar where Mark Jenkins was able to share his expertise. Those interested in learning more can listen to Mark Jenkins educate the audience through his presentation: “Frontiers in Regenerative Medicine: An Intellectual Property Perspective.”
The field of regenerative medicine is a dynamic and growing scientific area that presents great potential for addressing various health issues. This presentation will highlight some of the frontiers in regenerative medicine and discuss potential areas for intellectual property protection.
Mark Jenkins is a shareholder in the Durham, NC office of Brinks Gilson & Lione. Mark regularly advises clients in the pharmaceutical and personal care sectors and has developed extensive working with tissue-banking companies in the emerging area of regenerative medicine. Mark received his J.D., cum laude, from the University of New Hampshire School of Law, an M.S. in biophysical chemistry from Vanderbilt University, and a B.S. in chemistry, summa cum laude, from the University of Tennessee at Martin.