Sumita Ghosh specializes in intellectual property law with an emphasis on client counseling, patent prosecution, and agreement drafting, review and negotiation. Sumita was formerly in-house counsel at Scott & White Healthcare, Director of the Office of Technology Management at the University of Texas at Arlington, and Patent Advisor at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Technology Transfer Office.
Her transactional experience encompasses all aspects of academic research including clinical trial agreements, compliance issues (HIPAA, IRB, IACUC, IBC) and technology licensing. Sumita has lectured extensively and taught IP law classes at Seton Hall University School of Law, Patent Law at SUNY-Buffalo, School of Law, and with The National Council of Entrepreneurial Tech Transfer (NCET2).
Foreign & Domestic Patent Prosecution
Strategic Patent Portfolio Development
Clinical Trial and Research-Related Agreements/Transactions
State Bar of New York
United States Patent and Trademark Office
United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
Supreme Court of the United States
Georgia State University, College of Law, JD
University of Dallas, B.S. Biology
Texas A&M University, School of Public Health, MPH
Rice University, PhD Biochemistry and Cell Biology