Position:Senior Patent Technical Advisor, Chemical Engineer
Miriam joined Moeller IP Advisors in 2008, where she works as a patent technical advisor in a wide variety of chemical subject-matter, which includes synthetic organic and inorganic chemistry, industrial processes, polymer chemistry, metal recovery and refining, chemical engineering, devices amongst other fields.
Miriam’s practice encompasses a variety of chemical technologies, industrial processes and devices. In addition, she has experience in drafting patent and utility model applications related to chemical compounds, industrial processes and devices, and as well as in drafting industrial design applications.
She graduated in chemical engineering from the University of La Plata, Buenos Aires, and she has Postgraduate studies in “Polymer Industries” from University of Buenos Aires.
From 1992 to 1999, Miriam was an Argentine Patent Examiner in the polymer and chemistry areas. In 2000, she was promoted to Coordinator of the chemical and industrial process areas of the Argentine Patent Office. In 2002, she was appointed General Coordinator of the Patent Office. This position she held until 2004. Thanks to her extensive directorial roles, she has excellent managerial experience.
Important developments, which occurred during Miriam’s tenure as General Coordinator of the Patent Office. She participated in drafting the Guidelines on patentability of the Patent Office (R243/03) and from 2000 to 2004, she presided over the training of examiners in the area of chemistry.
Miriam was guest Lecturer of Industrial Property Master at Austral University from 2006-2012. From 2006 to 2016, she was evaluator of National award for Innovation (INNOVAR).
Outside of the office, Miriam is a veteran hockey player. She and her team won several tournaments. She also enjoys cycling and likes traveling.
Degree in Chemical engineering University of La Plata, Buenos Aires (Argentina) Postgraduate studies in “Polymer Industries” from University of Buenos Aires (Argentina).
“Documentation of Invention Patents”, issued by the European Patent Office (EPO). The Hague May. 1998 (The Netherlands)
Annual training courses via the Cooperation Agreement between the European Patent Office (EPO) and the Latin American Patent Offices held by EPO Experts at the Argentine Patent Office (1992 to 2004)
Intensive Seminar on US Patent Law and Biotechnology, Expert Craig Jepson October 2004 at Austral University. Buenos Aires (Argentina).
Miriam speaks fluent Spanish and English.