Jason M. Guerrero

Senior Patent Agent

281-970-4545 ext. 146
guerrero@fyiplaw.com

Jason graduated from Texas A&M University, Corpus Christi in 2002 with a Bachelor of Science in chemistry. While an undergraduate, Jason was awarded a position as an undergraduate teaching assistant as well as a summer research fellowship from the Welch Foundation. After graduating from Texas A&M University, Jason continued in graduate studies at Rice University, where he earned his doctoral degree in Chemistry. Jason’s graduate work focused on organic synthesis and nanotechnology, including chiral catalysis and the development and synthesis of nanomachinery. During this time, Jason successfully developed light-active molecular machines capable of nanoscale transport, a high speed light-powered motorized nanocar, and fluorescent molecular machines for single molecule spectroscopy. As a result of his tenure at Rice, Jason has several years of experience in traditional organic synthesis and chemical-related nanotechnologies.

Jason joined Fletcher Yoder upon the completion of his doctoral thesis in 2009 as a technical advisor, and was subsequently registered as a patent agent before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in 2010.

Since joining Fletcher Yoder, Jason has served clients in a wide variety of chemically-related technologies including polymers and their production, specialty materials including those used in automotive, industrial, and medical imaging settings, nanomaterials and their synthesis, enhanced oil recovery, and energy production. Jason’s expertise also includes medical devices and their production, energy infrastructure, and medical imaging methods and equipment.

Education

  • B.S., Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi, 2002, Chemistry
  • Ph.D, Rice University, 2009, Chemistry