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Dr. Hajnalka Kompagne PhD.
Registered European- and Hungarian Patent Attorney

Dr. Hajnalka Kompagne’s particular fields of expertise as a patent attorney include biological aspects of the pharmaceutical industry (e.g. target research, biological therapies and diagnostics, psychopharmacology, vaccines); biological aspects of the food industry (e.g. dietary supplements, superfoods, foods with medicinal properties); biological aspects of the cosmetics industry (e.g. clean clinical active ingredients and cosmetics); biological aspects of agriculture (e.g. genetically modified plants and microorganisms, biological plant protection), and inventions which are aimed at promoting the welfare of animals, in particular pets.
She is well versed in conducting patent- and literature searches and drafting expert opinions. She also represents and advises small- and medium-sized enterprises, private individuals, research institutes and universities.

Prior to joining Danubia Patent and Law Office in 2013, Hajnalka had gained considerable research experience in the pharmaceutical industry, most notably in original preclinical studies, at Egis Pharmaceuticals and in laboratory engineering, most notably in quality assurance, at Mentor Medical Systems.

Hajnalka is a registered European- and Hungarian patent attorney.
She graduated as a biologist from Eötvös Loránd University Faculty of Science, from where she went on to obtain her doctorate from the Doctoral School of Neuroscience and Human Biology, studying test methods in psychopharmacology.

Language Skills:
English, Dutch and German

Professional Memberships
» Hungarian Chamber of Patent Attorneys
» MIE (Hungarian Association for the Protection of Industrial Property and Copyright)
» EPI (Institute of Professional Representatives before the European Patent Office)
Principal Areas of Expertise
» Biotechnology, (psycho)pharmacology, microbiology, laboratory diagnostics, genetically modified organisms (GMOs), plant protection, functional food and inventions which are aimed at promoting the welfare of animals, in particular pets