Nathan Martin assists the firm in biotechnology patent prosecution. Nathan has extensive knowledge in the areas of pathobiology, developmental neurogenetics, and neurotoxicology.
Nathan’s work with clients includes contributing to the writing of patent applications, researching prior art through primary literature and patent searches, and reviewing patent application processes. His experience extends to the areas of immunology, developmental biology, toxicology, and neuroscience.
Prior to joining Wolf Greenfield, Nathan received his PhD in Pathobiology from Brown University. As a graduate student researcher, Nathan used zebrafish (Danio rerio) to understand the effects of early toxicant exposure on neuronal development and function and its relationship to behavioral endpoints. He also served as a patent law intern at an intellectual property law firm.