Ryan Wong is an articling student in our Toronto office. He received his Juris Doctor from Osgoode Hall Law School at York University.
During his legal studies, Ryan served as a research assistant to Professor D’Agostino. In this role, he led a team to develop an IP chatbot, designing conversation flow and organizing testing. Ryan also served as a Clinic Coordinator for the Innovation
Clinic, providing IP information and assistance to Canadian inventors, entrepreneurs, and start-ups. In addition, Ryan participated in the IP intensive program, completing his placement at Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada, where he was later rehired and served as a Junior Policy Analyst from January to July 2021.
In 2021, Ryan graduated from Law School having received the Best Blog in IP Law and Technology Prize, a Student Honour Award for outstanding contribution to student activities, and the IP Osgoode David Vaver Medal for Excellence in Intellectual Property
Law, awarded to a student in the graduating class who merits special recognition for outstanding achievement in the area of intellectual property law or policy. He is currently the Senior Editor of Carswell’s Intellectual Property Journal.
Prior to entering law, Ryan completed both his Bachelor of Medical Science, with a specialization in Medical Sciences, and his Master of Science, in Anatomy and Cell Biology (Neuroscience) at Western University.
- Industry Involvement
- In the Media
- ChatBot Demo at IP Innovation Clinic Chat Bot Launch Event, IP Osgoode, January 29, 2021
- Member, Intellectual Property Institute of Canada (IPIC)
- Senior Editor, Carswell’s Intellectual Property Journal
- "Assessing the Effects of Acute Amyloid β Oligomer Exposure in the Rat" (co-authors: David F. Cechetto and Shawn N. Whitehead), International Journal of Molecular Sciences, Aug 24, 2016
- "Evaluating the pathological and behavioural consequences of injecting amyloid beta oligomers in the rat", Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Repository, Western University, 2015