AREA OF PRACTICE

Intellectual Property

Biography

Korey Wilson is a Law Clerk in Brown Rudnick’s Intellectual Property Practice Group in the Boston office.

Prior to joining Brown Rudnick, Korey was a Summer Associate and Patent Intern at the firm.

Education

Boston University School of Law – J.D., 2019
Florida State University – Ph.D., 2016 B.S., 2008
Publications
Co-author, "Rapid Irreversible Transcriptional Reprogramming in Human Stem Cells Accompanied by Discordance between Replication Timing and Chromatin Compartment," Stem Cell Reports (2019)
Co-author, "The spatio-temporal re-organization of replication foci accompanies domain consolidation during human pluripotent stem cell lineage specification," Cell Cycle (2016)
Co-author, "Evaporative edge lithography of a liposomal drug microarray for cell migration assays," Nanofabrication (2015)
Co-author, "An Improved Cerulean Fluorescent Protein with Enhanced Brightness and Reduced Reversible Photoswitching," Plos One (2015)
Co-author, "An Improved Cerulean Fluorescent Protein with Enhanced Brightness and Reduced Reversible Photoswitching," Plos One (2011)
Co-author, "Highly stable loading of Mcm proteins onto chromatin in living cells requires replication to unload," J Cell Biol (2011)
Co-author, "Space and time in the nucleus: developmental control of replication timing and chromosome architecture," Cold Springs Harb Symp Quant Biol (2010)
Co-author, "The membrane-associated protein, supervillin, accelerates f-actin-dependent rapid integrin recycling and cell motility," Traffic (2010)