Brandy Gamblin, Ph.D., focuses her practice on patent preparation and prosecution in the energy and chemicals industry.

Brandy has experience in many aspects of patent preparation, prosecution and litigation. Her legal experience includes writing office action responses; drafting patent applications; conducting interviews with inventors; and performing freedom-to-operate, infringement, invalidity, and large patent landscape analyses.

Undergraduate and graduate studies in physics and chemistry cultivated Brandy’s technical expertise. As a Fulbright Scholar in Munich, Germany, she participated in multinational collaborative research projects in nuclear physics. Her doctoral work involved the analysis of atmospheric chemistry observations to study the uptake of nitric acid on cirrus cloud particles, and she has been published in numerous peer-reviewed scientific journals. Brandy is proficient in technical fields including carbohydrate chemistry, electrochemistry, inorganic chemistry, organic chemistry and synthesis, and polymers, as well as materials science, mechanical devices, medical devices, medical treatment, scientific instruments, and small molecule pharmaceuticals.

Among Brandy's interests are green chemistry, sustainability, alternative energy, rechargeable batteries, efficient lighting, and pioneering approaches to plastic alternatives and environmental cleanup. She is committed to delivering exceptional service to leaders in these fields.

Brandy's experience provides her with an understanding of the distinct intellectual property needs and goals of different types of inventors, from solo entrepreneurs and burgeoning startups to corporations with billions in revenue. In all situations Brandy is committed to creating collaborative environments which foster trust, innovation, and positive outcomes.

In her free time, Brandy likes to travel, learn new languages, and scuba dive.