Matilda joined Marks & Clerk in 2022 as a part-qualified patent attorney and is situated in the London office. Matilda has two years of prior experience with another firm before joining Marks & Clerk.
Matilda completed her undergraduate studies in Biomedical Science before graduating from Kings College London in 2020 with a First Class Master's degree in Biopharmaceuticals.
Matilda is particularly interested in immunology and the pathology of neurological diseases. Matilda honed these specialisms while completing her Master’s thesis, where she was selected to carry out a research project funded by the Michael J Fox Foundation. Her research was centred on investigating potential protein interactions between Cofilin-1 and Alpha-synuclein, which are thought to contribute to the pathology of Parkinson's disease, with the aim of identifying potential therapeutic targets.
Postgraduate Certificate in Intellectual Property, Bournemouth University (2022)
MSc in Biopharmaceuticals, King's College London (2020)
BSc in Biomedical Science, Keele University (2018)