Allison Gilder, Ph.D.

Technology Specialist, Registered Patent Agent - Boston

Allison Gilder
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Since joining Foley Hoag, Allison Gilder has prosecuted U.S. and foreign patent applications for a diverse array of clients, including large and small biotechnology companies and academic institutions. She currently works on a vast range of intellectual property matters and clients in biotechnology, small molecule development, and gene therapy. She also assists teams in patent litigation and due diligence.

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Education:

  • Yale University, Ph.D. in Cellular Biology, 2014
  • University of California, Berkeley, Biology, 2008
  • Gilder AL, Chapin HC, Padovano V, Hueschen CL, Rajendran V, Caplan MJ. “Newly synthesized polycystin-1 takes different trafficking pathways to the apical and ciliary membranes.”Traffic. 2018 Dec;19(12):933-945.
  • Gilder AL, Chapin HC, Hueschen C, Caplan MJ. “Role of Calcineurin in Polycystin Protein Trafficking to the Primary Cilium in LLCPK Cells.” FASEB J 26: 868.3, 2012.
  • Gilder AL, Hannibal RL, Patel NH. “Comparative Analysis of Regulatory Elements Associated with snail in Parhyale hawaiensis and Drosophila melanogaster.” Dev Biol 331: A104, 2009.
  • Slawecki CJ, Gilder AL, Roth J, Ehlers CL. “Increased Anxiety-like Behavior in Adult Rats Exposed to Nicotine as Adolescents”. Pharmacol Biochem Behav. 2003 May;75(2):355-61.
  • Slawecki CJ, Roth J, Gilder AL, Ehlers CL. “Neurobehavioral Profiles During the Acute Phase of Ethanol Withdrawal in Adolescent and Adult Sprague-Dawley Rats”. Behav Brain Res. 2006 June; 170(1):41-51.
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  • U.S. Patent & Trademark Office (Agency)