Dilworth IP’s Microbiome series, “The Emergent Microbiome: A Revolution for the Life Sciences,” was recently featured in an article recognizing David Puleo, Dilworth IP contributor and Yale doctoral candidate, by the Yale Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS). Dilworth IP Partner, Dr. Anthony Sabatelli, was also mentioned as a co-author of the Microbiome piece which enjoyed broad circulation online, including PatentDocs, a major biotechnology and pharmaceutical patent blog. Click here to read the article published about Mr. Puleo on the Yale GSAS news site.

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