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About Cameron

Cameron Luitjens, Ph.D., is of counsel in the Twin Cities office of Fish & Richardson P.C.  His practice emphasizes patent prosecution and client counseling in the areas of biotechnology, diagnostic screening platforms, therapeutics, and medical technology.  Dr. Luitjens has experience representing a wide range of clients including universities, biotech start-ups, and large pharmaceutical companies.  Dr. Luitjens also advises clients on strategic issues such as patentability, invalidity, infringement, and freedom to operate.

Dr. Luitjens was a post-doctoral fellow (2000-2002) and research assistant (1994-2000) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he was awarded a Howard Hughes Medical Institute pre-doctoral fellowship.  His research focused on post-transcriptional mechanisms of gene regulation and how such regulation affects cell fate decisions and progression through the meiotic cell cycle in Caenorhabditis elegans.

​Publications

“PUF proteins and 3’UTR regulation in the Caenorhabditis elegans germ line,” Cold Spring Harb. Symp.Quant. Biol., 66:337-343, 2001.

“CPEB proteins control two key steps in spermatogenesis in C. elegans,” Genes Dev., 14(20):2596-2609, 2000.

“Characterization of a satellite DNA from Antilocapra americana,” Gene, 145(2):257-259, 1994.

Speaking Engagements

“CPEBs: a family of related RNA-binding proteins involved in distinct steps of spermatogenesis, “Speaker at the 12th International C. elegans Meeting, Madison, Wisconsin, June 1999.

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Education

J.D., Boston College Law School (2005)


Ph.D., Cellular & Molecular Biology, University of Wisconsin (2000)


B.S. summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, Biology, University of North Dakota (1994)

Admissions
  • U.S. Patent and Trademark Office 2006
  • Minnesota 2008

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