As a patent scientist, Amber Majnik assists intellectual property clients and the attorney team in the preparation and prosecution of patent applications with key focus areas in immunology, epigenetics, genomics and molecular and cellular biology.
Amber brings over a decade of professional research experience covering areas of autoimmune disease and allergy, neuroimmunology and epigenetic regulation of disease. Her research experience also includes scientific and regulatory writing; oral presentations at local, national and international conferences; project management; protocol development; and laboratory management.
Amber has authored and co-authored numerous peer reviewed publications book chapters and grant submissions. She has also been an invited peer reviewer for numerous scientific journals and grant agencies.
Education and Honors
- University of Utah (Postdoctoral Study, 2010)
- Neurosurgery and Hematology Departments
- University of Utah (Ph.D., with honors, 2009)
- Experimental Pathology Department
- Dissertation: Role of Nicotinic Acetylcholine Receptor Alpha7 in the Modulation of Skin Inflammation
- Montana State University Billings (B.S., 2003)
- Major: Biology
Professional and Civic Activities
- American Medical Writers Association, member