Tamara Fraizer Recognized Among the Leading Women in STEM

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Profiles in Diversity Journal has selected Tamara Fraizer, principal in the Intellectual Property & Technology Practice Group in the firm's Palo Alto office, as one of its Women Worth Watching in STEM in 2017.

This is the first edition of the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) category as part of its annual leadership awards. The awards showcase the professional achievement of women leaders in STEM-related fields. Dr. Fraizer is one of 45 recipients from a wide range of sectors and fields.

Dr. Fraizer is an intellectual property litigator who represents clients in federal and state courts, as well as the US International Trade Commission. She is also a qualified patent attorney and has prosecuted patents before the US Patent and Trademark office. Dr. Fraizer’s experience spans a variety of industries, including life sciences, medical device, electronics, pharmaceuticals, healthcare-related consumer products and software. She is particularly interested in developing technologies in digital health, personalized medicine and bioinformatics.

In the last few months, a number of the firm’s women leaders across the world have been recognized for their achievements. These award recipients include: Alishia Sullivan, a partner in the firm's Abu Dhabi office, was presented with the Woman in Business Award at the AmCham Abu Dhabi Excellence Awards; Carolyn McIntosh, a partner in the Denver office, was again recognized by the Denver Business Journal as one of its Top Women in Energy; and Jaime Daddona, a partner in the Phoenix office, was named one of Arizona's Most Influential Women 2016.

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