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Gabriel Rosanio, Ph.D.

Technology Specialist

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Gabriel Rosanio is a technology specialist whose practice focuses on the preparation and prosecution of domestic, international and foreign patent applications, including both utility and design subject matter.

Prior to joining the firm, Dr. Rosanio was a postdoctoral scholar at the University of California, San Diego, where he led a pilot project developing screening techniques for mutations related to Autism Spectrum Disorders. He also developed sequencing methods for whole genomes in collaboration with a public biotechnology company and identified critical mutations in human genomic data as part of a multi-institutional international project.

While at Northwestern University, Dr. Rosanio studied sequence-dependent DNA flexibility and compaction using novel biochemical and biophysical methods and next-generation sequencing. He also piloted a molecular genetics project to produce non-natural proteins in living cells for use as research tools.

Dr. Rosanio has presented his research findings at the ASHG 1000 Genomes Structural Variant meetings and the Physical Sciences in Oncology meetings.

Select Publications

  • Brandler WM, Antaki D, Gujral M, Noor A, Rosanio G, Chapman TR, Barrera DJ, Lin GN, Malhotra D, Watts AC, Wong LC, Estabillo JA, Gadomski TE, Hong O, Fajardo KV, Bhandari A, Owen R, Baughn M, Yuan J, Solomon T, Moyzis AG, Maile MS, Sanders SJ, Reiner GE, Vaux KK, Strom CM, Zhang K, Muotri AR, Akshoomoff N, Leal SM, Pierce K, Courchesne E, Iakoucheva LM, Corsello C, Sebat J., “Frequency and Complexity of De Novo Structural Mutation in Autism,” The American Journal of Human Genetics (24 March 2016)
  • Rosanio G, Widom J, Uhlenbeck OC, “In vitro selection of DNAs with an increased propensity to form small circles,” Biopolymers 103, No 6, 303-320 (21 March 2015)

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Education

PhD, Interdepartmental Biological Sciences, Northwestern University, 2015

BS, Biochemistry, University of Notre Dame, 2006

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