Australian & New Zealand

Trainee Patent Attorney

Pulari Thangavelu has experience, across three continents, in working

at both academia and industry. She has worked at leading research institutions and biotechnology companies combining expertise from multiple disciplines to address challenging problems in medical science.


Pulari holds a Master of Engineering (Chemical) from the University

at Buffalo, State University of New York. She recently completed her Doctor of Philosophy at the University of Queensland where she focused on identifying novel potential therapeutic targets to treat

breast cancer.


Prior to joining MBIP she was a Research Fellow at Cancer Therapeutics CRC, Griffith Institute for Drug Discovery working on high-throughput screening for cancer drug discovery using cell-based assays.


Pulari is currently studying to become a registered Australian and New Zealand Patent Attorney.


Doctor of Philosophy in Cancer biology (Life Sciences) – University of Queensland, Australia

Master of Engineering (Chemical) – University at Buffalo, State University of New York, USA

Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical) – M. S. Ramaiah Institute of Technology, India

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