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John T. M. DiMaio, Ph.D.

Law Clerk
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A.C.S. Certified B.A., cum laude, Alfred University

M.S., University of Rochester

Ph.D., University of Rochester

J.D., cum laude, University at Buffalo School of Law

John is a law clerk in the Intellectual Property & Technology Practice, where he focuses on assisting attorneys with the preparation and prosecution of patent applications. His areas of focus include organic chemistry, bioorganic chemistry, supramolecular chemistry, peptide chemistry, peptidomimetics, small molecule synthesis, self-assembling systems, hydrogels, pharmaceuticals (including small molecules, biologics, and delivery methods), chemical processes, and analytical methods.

Prior to law school, John did his doctoral work at the University of Rochester. His dissertation focused on functional materials composed of supramolecular fibrils. He is an author on several peer-reviewed publications and presented his research at several national conferences.

John graduated from the University at Buffalo School of Law. While there, he was a member of the Buffalo Law Review and Buffalo Intellectual Property Law Journal.

Honors

  • American Bar Association and the Bureau of National Affairs Award for Excellence in the Study of Intellectual Property Law, 2017
  • Phi Beta Kappa
  • University at Buffalo School of Law Merit Scholarship
  • CALI Award, Introduction to Patent Practice
  • American Peptide Symposium Travel Award, 2011 and 2013
  • Moses Passer Memorial Fellowship
  • Weissberger Memorial Fellowship
  • Corning Section ACS Outstanding Student Award
  • Former publications editor, Buffalo Law Review
  • Former editor, Buffalo Intellectual Property Law Journal

Publications

Professional Associations

  • American Chemical Society