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Patents at Mach 2: Technology on the Cutting Edge. Drexel Experience in a Biomedical Engineering class focusing on Nanotechnology applications

Patents at Mach 2: Technology on the Cutting Edge. Drexel Experience in a Biomedical Engineering class focusing on Nanotechnology applications

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    • Patents at Mach 2: Technology on the Cutting Edge Drexel Experience in a Biomedical Engineering class Jay Bhatt, Drexel University June 22, 2008 American Society for Engineering Education
    • Drexel’s Engineering Programs
      • All major engineering disciplines
      • Biomedical engineering, Science, and Health systems
      • Interdisciplinary focus is increasing (Nanotechnology, Biomaterials, Bionanotechnology, Biomechanics, etc.)
      • Undergraduate Research
      • Graduate Research
    • Case Study - Biomaterials
      • Course Sequence
        • 3 Quarters = 2 Semesters
      • Challenges
        • Interdisciplinary Field
        • Diverse Student Background
        • Lack of appropriate textbooks
    • Biomaterials courses – Biomaterials I – Fall Term
      • Prof. Papazoglou teaches the three course sequence
      • 60-70 students
      • Biomaterials properties
      • Various types of materials such as polymers, hydrogels, ceramics, and glasses
      • Controlled Drug Release systems
    • Biomaterials courses – Biomaterials II – Winter Term
      • Patents and Intellectual property
      • Students needed to use what they learned in the Fall term as well as search for patents
      • Cancer nanotechnology as an example
      • Group Projects
      • Blog site for patents
    • Biomaterials courses – Biomaterials II – Winter Term
      • Student Assignment List and briefly describe 5 patented technologies for controlled drug delivery in cancer chemotherapy (last 7 years)
      • List and briefly describe any patent on drug delivery based on nanotechnology for drug delivery of cancer chemotherapy (last 5).
      • Determine uniqueness of each patent
      • Find research literature using sources learned during the Fall term
    • Patent searching
      • Using US Patents-Advanced Feature
        • ABST/(Cancer and Drug and Delivery)
        • ABST/(controlled and drug and delivery) and (cancer and chemotherapy)
          • ABST-Abstract field that contains brief summary of patent invention
          • The abstract contains many of the relevant words of a patent
      • United States Patent 7,303,739 Erion,   et al. December 4, 2007 Prodrugs for liver specific drug delivery. See handout.
    • Patent Searching
      • Patent Classification
      • Current U.S. Class:424/9.1 ; 424/1.11; 424/1.65; 424/600; 424/601; 424/9.2; 514/7
      • Observe U.S. Classes.
        • What is a classification schedule?
          • Patents are classified ( organized ) in the U.S. by a system using a 3 digit class and a 3 digit subclass
          • They describe every similar grouping of patent art.
          • A single invention may be described by multiple classification codes
          • For example, Class:424/9.1 ; 424/1.11; 424/1.65; 424/600; 424/601; 424/9.2; 514/7
        • See Classification Help and Glossary
        • How does classification help in searching for patents?
    • Patent Searching using classes and subclasses
      • United States Patent 7,303,739 Prodrugs for liver specific drug delivery. See handout
      • Current U.S. Class:424/9.1 ; 424/1.11; 424/1.65; 424/600; 424/601; 424/9.2; 514/7
      • From USPTO site, go to Class Numbers Only Page
      • (Path: Patents > Guidance, Tools, and Manuals > Classification US Classes by Number Menu)
      • Class   424 : DRUG, BIO-AFFECTING AND BODY TREATING COMPOSITIONS Subclass   9.1           IN VIVO DIAGNOSIS OR IN VIVO TESTING
      • Clicking on ‘P’ retrieves all patents for class 424 subclass 9.1.
      • Similarly other patents in different classes can be found
           
    • Patent Searching
      • European Patent Office – World Patents
      • European Patent Office - Advanced Search
        • ‘ Cancer Drug Delivery’ as a keyword
        • NANOPARTICLES FOR CYTOPLASMIC DRUG DELIVERY TO CANCER CELLS
        •   Inventor:  RADOSZ MARCIEJ (US); SHEN YOUQING (US); (+1)  Applicant:  UNIV WYOMING (US); RADOSZ MARCIEJ (US); (+2)   EC:   A61K9/51 IPC:   A61K9/14 ; A61K9/14   Publication info:   WO2007001356  - 2007-01-04
        • Complex drug delivery composition and method for treating cancer
        •   Inventor:  MINKO TAMARA (US); SINKO PATRICK J (US); (+1)  Applicant:     EC:   A61K47/48H4P ; A61K47/48R IPC:   A61K47/48 ; A61K47/48 ; (IPC1-7): A61K38/17   Publication info:   US2005043215  - 2005-02-24
    • Thank You!
      • Jay Bhatt
      • Drexel University [email_address]
      • With special thanks to Dr. Elisabeth Papazoglou, Drexel University