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Background

Ryan Chowdhury is an Associate in the patent group in Fish & Richardson’s Washington, DC office. Mr. Chowdhury’s areas of expertise include computer architecture, database systems, business intelligence applications, control systems, internet technology, medical devices, microfluidics, optoelectronics, micromechanical systems, bio-sensors, signal processing, and biomedical spectroscopy.

Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Chowdhury worked as a Consultant at a software technology firm where he designed, built, and managed analytics capabilities for U.S. federal agency clients. Mr. Chowdhury also completed an international research fellowship with the Harvard-MIT Division of Health Science Technology, where he led a pilot study of a novel disease monitoring platform towards the application of cost-effective microfluidic technologies in the developing world.

Education

George Washington University Law School 2018
J.D.
Member, The George Washington International Law Review
with honors


Cornell University 2012
Biomedical Engineering, M.E.


Stony Brook University 2011
Biomedical Engineering, B.E.

Admissions

  • District of Columbia 2019
  • U.S. Patent and Trademark Office 2015

Other Distinctions

Select Publications

Chowdhury R., Jones J., Jalloh D., Seo B. K, Pandya J. K., Nishimura N., Schaffer C. B. “In Vivo imaging of beating heart mouse with multiphoton microscopy.” Frontiers in Optics, Microscopy and OCT II (FM4D.6). Rochester, NY: Optical Society of America 96th Annual Meeting, 2012.

Chowdhury R., Michaelides, M., Delis, F., Piyis, Y. K., Wang, G., Volkow, N. K., Thanos, P. “Time-course changes in dopamine D3 receptor binding during cocaine administration, extinction and abstinence in mice.” Program No. 253.18. 2009 Neuroscience Meeting Planner. Chicago, IL: Society for Neuroscience, 2009