Yuying (Kate) You

Associate | Palo Alto

yyou@mofo.com | (650) 813-5793 yyou@mofo.com
(650) 813-5793

Dr. Kate You is a member of the firm’s Patent Group and focuses her practice on patent prosecution and counseling, including domestic and international patent preparation and prosecution, and litigation support. Dr. You’s experience includes diagnostic assays and she has expertise in neurology, microbiology, and immunology.

Prior to joining the firm, Dr. Kate You was postdoctoral fellow at Stanford University, School of Medicine, Department of Neurology, where she worked on multiple clinical research projects, established several international and domestic collaborations, and developed a novel diagnostic assay for an autoimmune neurological disease. During her Ph.D. study at University of Alabama at Birmingham in the department of microbiology, Dr. You conducted two research projects on basic immunology, both published in peer-review journals. Dr. You received the Hiramoto Travel Award and was invited to orally present her findings at three international conferences.

Dr. You was co-president of the Chinese Life-Science Postdocs and Students at Stanford for a year and an executive council member at the Chinese American BioPharmaceutical Society (CABS).

Dr. You earned her J.D. at University of California, in Los Angeles, CA, her  Ph.D. in microbiology/immunology from the University of Alabama in Birmingham, AL and her B.S. in biology from the Fudan University in Shanghai, China.

Dr. You is admitted in California and is fluent in Mandarin.

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