Patricia Whitehouse, M.A.

  • M.A. Organometallic Chemistry – Wesleyan University
  • B.S. Medical Technology – Farleigh Dickinson University


Pat has over 20 years of experience in domestic and international patent preparation and prosecution for the chemical arts.  Pat has helped clients big and small develop patenting strategies to protect intellectual property.  Pat has experience in a wide range of fields including organic chemistry, organometallic chemistry, polymers, inorganic materials and application methods, semiconductors, aerospace methods and materials, automotive fluids, electrocaloric materials, agricultural materials, and sensor systems.

Prior to becoming a patent agent, Pat earned a Master’s degree in organometallic chemistry at Wesleyan University with research focused on chiral organometallic catalysts.  While at Wesleyan, Pat earned the Max Tischler Award for teaching excellence.

When not working Pat enjoys being outside in the garden or hiking.  She is also actively engaged in her community and participates in a range of volunteering activities in the central Connecticut area.

Focused on intellectual property.