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Iris Cheung is an articling student with Bereskin & Parr LLP. Her practice focuses on life sciences, patent prosecution, medical devices, and cannabis.
Iris graduated from the Juris Doctor program at the University of Ottawa. She holds a Bachelor of Sciences and a Doctor of Philosophy, both from the University of British Colombia. She conducted a graduate research on genome stability at the University of British Columbia, a postdoctoral research on genome stability at Princeton University and a postdoctoral research on epigenetics at the University of Massachusetts. Iris has co-authored many papers and book chapters on life sciences.
Iris has years of industry experience as a service provider providing genomic services and drug manufacture services to biopharmaceutical companies.
Prior to being an articling student, Iris was a summer student with the firm. She is fluent in English and Cantonese.