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Heriberto Moreno Aquino, Ph.D.

Associate

Boston, MA
617-368-2137
Moreno.Aquino@fr.com
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Background

Heriberto “Eddie” Moreno Aquino, Ph.D. is an Associate in Fish & Richardson’s Boston office.  Dr. Moreno has worked on intellectual property matters covering a wide range of technologies including pharmaceutical formulations, drug delivery devices, antibody therapeutics, gene editing, biofuels, microbial therapeutics, and nutraceuticals. He has worked on intellectual property matters covering a wide range of technologies including pharmaceutical formulations, drug delivery devices, antibody therapeutics, gene editing (e.g., using CRISPR systems), biofuels, microbial therapeutics, and nutraceuticals. Dr. Moreno’s practice focuses on U.S. and foreign patent prosecution in a variety of technology areas including biotechnology, molecular diagnostics, genomics, and pharmaceuticals.  Dr. Moreno has worked on intellectual property matters covering a wide range of technologies including pharmaceutical formulations, drug delivery devices, antibody therapeutics, gene editing, biofuels, microbial therapeutics, and nutraceuticals.

Prior to joining Fish & Richardson, Dr. Moreno was an associate at another law firm.  Dr. Moreno received his Ph.D. from the University of Virginia, where he studied the molecular mechanisms that regulate how the human parasite Entamoeba histolytica causes disease.  Dr. Moreno also has research experience in molecular diagnostics and vaccine development research.

Education

J.D., Boston University School of Law 2015
Intellectual Property Law


Ph.D., The University of Virginia 2009
Microbiology


B.S., University of Puerto Rico 2001
Biology
cum laude

Admissions

  • Massachusetts

Languages

  • English
  • Spanish

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Publications

Moreno, H., Linford, A.S., Gilchrist, C.A. and W.A. Petri (2009) Phospholipid-binding protein EhC2A mediates calcium-dependent translocation of transcription factor URE3-BP to the plasma membrane of Entamoeba histolytica. Eukaryotic Cell 9(5): 695-704.

Linford, A.S., Moreno, H., Good, K.R., Zhang, H., Singh, U. and W.A. Petri (2009) Short hairpin RNA-mediated knockdown of protein expression in Entamoeba histolytica. BMC Microbiology 9(1): 38.

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