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PhD/SJD Law, PhD ECE, CEng, Fellow (FIT IAPP), CIPP/E, CIPM, MBA, CLP, MPhil, MS ECE, BSEE (Hons), BS (Hons)

Principal Research Scholar (PRA) in Biomedical Innovation, Precision Medicine, AI & Law, LML

Mateo’s multidisciplinary background includes a combination of intellectual property, engineering, regulatory science, and management experience. He holds degrees in electrical & computer engineering (BS, BSEE, MSECE, MPhil/DEA, PhD ECE), law (SJD/PhD/LLD), and international management (MBA), as well as professional registrations as a Professional Chartered Engineer (EU/ES COIT), Certified Licensing Professional (CLP), Patent Practitioner with a Bar Admission/licensed to practice in patent cases before the United States Patent Office (USPTO), Fellow of Information Privacy (FIT, IAPP), Certified Privacy Information Professional (CIPP/E), Certified Privacy Manager (CIPM), Lead Implementer of Information Security Management Systems-ISMS (ISO 27001), Lead Auditor of Medical Device Quality Management Systems (ISO 13485), Lead Implementer of Privacy Information Management Systems - PIMS (ISO 27701), and Certified Data Protection Officer (C-DPO).

He is author of more than 150 scholarly articles published in leading scientific, engineering and legal journals, including Nature Biotechnology, IEEE Transactions of Biomedical Engineering, Medical and Biological Engineering & Computing, Medical Engineering & Physics, Journal of Law & the Biosciences, and Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice.

His professional experience includes work in various senior roles both in private sector and in academia. As a Licensed Patent Practitioner, he has successfully prosecuted numerous cases before the USPTO, focusing primarily on medical device and computer-implemented inventions. He holds over 20 patents as an inventor and is the co-founder of APDM Wearable Technologies, Inc (a medical device & clinical trial services company acquired by ERT, Inc on June 9th, 2020 to launch ERT’s Wearables and Digital Biomarker product line of clinical trial solutions).

Mateo has taught university courses in engineering (computational data science; scientific & engineering computation; digital signal processing; electronics; programming; research methods & innovation), law (IP law, patent law; business law), and management (strategy, innovation, and entrepreneurship; engineering management). He is currently a Principal Research Scholar at the LML Centre (University of Cambridge), an affiliated Professor & Fellow at the CeBIL Centre (University of Copenhagen), and a Visiting Scholar at the Petrie-Flom Center (Harvard University).