Gabrielle C. Hoover

Patent Agent | Boston

ghoover@mofo.com | (617) 648-4783 ghoover@mofo.com
(617) 648-4783

Dr. Gabrielle Hoover focuses on patent drafting and prosecution with an emphasis on chemistry.

Dr. Hoover works with clients across sectors including life sciences, advanced materials, clean technology, and food and agriculture. Her technical background is in organic synthesis with a focus on accessing semiconductors and photoactive materials. Prior to joining the firm, Dr. Hoover was a graduate research assistant at the University of Toronto where she designed and synthesized photoactive and electronically active organic chalcogen materials. 

At the University of Toronto, Dr. Hoover taught a class in organic electronic materials and devices. Prior to instructing the course, she helped to develop and implement a new computational chemistry module on the modeling of delayed fluorescence emitters as a teaching assistant. 

Dr. Hoover was an undergraduate research assistant at the University of Albany, SUNY, where she studied the doping and hydrogenation of fullerene fragments and trained in air-sensitive macrosynthesis, small-scale inorganic charge-transfer complex formation, break-and-seal techniques, and crystallization techniques.

Dr. Hoover received her Ph.D. in chemistry from the University of Toronto and her B.S. in chemistry, summa cum laude, from the University of Albany, SUNY. 

Dr. Hoover is registered to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

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