Ksenia Paramonova Patent Agent Patent Attorney; Patent Agent

Speaks:  English, Russian

Primary phone: +7 495 502 1265

Fax: +7 495 787 2071

Email: ksenia.paramonova@gowlingwlg.com

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Primary office:  Moscow

Ksenia Paramonova

Ksenia Paramonova is a patent attorney in Gowling WLG's Moscow office, focusing on patent prosecution in the areas of life sciences and chemistry before the Russian Patent Office and in the CIS countries.

Prior to joining the firm, Ksenia worked as an examiner in the Russian Patent Office in the Department of Biotechnology.

Ksenia graduated from the Moscow State University with a degree in organic chemistry. During her studies, she wrote several publications on the subject of organic chemistry that appeared in Russian and international academic journals.

Ksenia is fluent in English and Russian.

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  • 2018

    • Career
      Eurasian patent attorney
  • 2017

    • Career
      Russian patent attorney
  • 2012

    • Education
      Moscow State University, B.Sc., Organic Chemistry
  • T.V. Dubinina, N.E. Borisova, K.V. Paramonova, L.G. Tomilova. Synthesis and spectral properties of dodecaphenyl-substituted planar binuclear naphthalocyanine magnesium complex sharing a common benzene ring. Mendeleev Commun., 2011; 21, 165-167.
  • T.V. Dubinina, S. A. Trashin, K.V. Paramonova, N. E. Borisova, L.G. Tomilova. Synthesis and study of the physicochemical properties of phenyl-substituted phtalo- and naphthalocyanines.XI International conference on physical and coordination chemistry of porphyrins and their analogs. – 2011. Odessa, Ukraine, 49. (Oral report).
  • Tatiana Dubinina, Kseniya Paramonova, Stanislav Trashin, Nataliya Borisova, Larisa Tomilova. Phenyl-substituted planar and sandwich-type phthalocyanines with extended π-conjugation system: synthesis and investigation of physicochemical properties. ICPP-7, 2012 Jeju, Korea, 89. (Poster presentation).
  • K.V. Paramonova, T.V. Dubinina. Synthesis and study the properties of phenyl-substituted rare earth elements phtalo- and naphthalocyanines. Lomonosov-2012, Moscow, 367. (Oral report).
  • T.V. Dubinina, K.V. Paramonova, S.A. Trashin, N.E. Borisova, L.G. Tomilova, N.S. Zefirov. Novel near-IR absorbing phenyl-substituted phthalo- and naphthalocyanine complexes of lanthanide(III): synthesis and spectral and electrochemical properties. Dalton Transactions, 2014; 43, 2799-2809.