Matthew joined Reddie & Grose in January 2021, shortly after completing a master’s degree in Physics at the University of Warwick. During his time at university, Matthew took a particular interest in areas such as medical physics, laser physics, optoelectronics, and condensed matter physics. His master’s project involved comparing two different types of radiotherapy plan, with respect to patients with breast cancer. The project involved comparing the robustness and clinical viability of these two methods.
Olivia joined Reddie & Grose in January 2021 after graduating from the University of Nottingham with a master’s degree in physics. In her final year, Olivia specialised in the study of ultracold atoms and completed a research project focused on developing experimental and computational methods for the creation and analysis of Bose-Einstein condensates.
Eloise Stenner handles patent work in the engineering, materials and consumer products field. Eloise joined Reddie & Grose in January 2021 after graduating from the University of Nottingham with a Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering. During her degree she developed a particular interest in medical devices, undertaking her individual project in this area. Her project was focused on researching and developing a prototype for an Anterior Cruciate Ligament rehabilitation device, which would provide real time feedback to the user. The aim was to reduce the number of patients that re-ruptured their ACL during post-operative reha
Robin’s experience brings a commercial perspective to the assessment of global IP strategies in the pharmaceutical; medical device and chemical sectors.
Joanne Pham is a trainee patent attorney working within the engineering, manufacturing and consumer products team.
Dr Ben Hipwell handles patent work in the Electrical Engineering, Telecoms and Software field.
Connor Crickmore joined Reddie & Grose in 2018 after completing a Master’s degree in Physics at Oxford University.
Emily Nytko-Lutz handles patent work in the chemical and general mechanical fields.