Hannah graduated from Trinity College Dublin in 2015 with an honours degree in Medicinal Chemistry giving her a strong foundation in synthetic organic chemistry, pharmaceutical chemistry and biomaterials.
Hannah then stayed in Trinity, and obtained her PhD in Chemistry in 2019. Her research focus was the development, production, and crystal engineering and of metallosupramolecular assemblies and soft materials and she specialised in the field of organic synthesis and powder/single crystal X-ray diffraction analysis.
Hannah is currently working as a Trainee European Patent Attorney, joining in November 2019. Since joining FRKelly, Hannah has worked for a variety of start-ups, universities, and multinational clients on a range of patent issues.
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