Julia Hornig is a German Patent Attorney. She has experience in the drafting and prosecution of patent applications before the EPO on a range of subject matter across the fields of molecular biology, virology, and immunology.
In her spare time, Julia likes to swim, including open water swimming, enjoys traveling and the outdoors (with her dog Laika).
- Cell and Gene therapies, including CAR-T therapeutics
- Vaccines and mRNA technologies
- Antibody therapeutics
- Recombinant vaccines
German Patent Attorney
Member of the Chamber of Patent Attorneys (Patentanwaltskammer)
Julia Hornig received her degree in Human Biology from the University of Toronto. She then went on to receive a MSc with distinction from Imperial College in Virology and stayed on to complete her PhD in Immunology, studying the combined effect of vitamins and human dendritic cells on the homing phenotype of T cells in the context of HIV vaccine.
Julia qualified as a German Patent Attorney in 2021. She joined GJE in 2022, having begun her career in 2017 at another international law firm in Munich. Julia is currently working towards her qualifications as a UK and European Patent Attorney.