Priscilla T. Reyes
281-970-4545 ext. 169
Priscilla graduated from The University of Texas, El Paso in 2001 with a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry. During her time at UT, El Paso, Priscilla performed research in the area of organometallics. After receiving her Bachelor’s degree, Priscilla attended Purdue University where she received a Master of Science degree in Medicinal Chemistry from Purdue University (West Lafayette, IN). While at Purdue, she conducted research on selective hormone receptor modulators under the direction of Prof. Ross V. Weatherman. During the course of her graduate and undergraduate degrees she was a recipient of the MARC research fellowship.
After receiving her M.S. degree Priscilla joined MED Institute as a Research Scientist. In this organization her main focus was on the development of drug eluting stents. During her tenure she developed a novel, non-polymer drug eluting stent for peripheral cardiovascular disease. After 3 years, in August of 2007, she migrated to the area of oil and gas R&D, becoming a member of Halliburton's major Technology Center. In this new endeavor she worked on enhancing the performance of cement systems and in the conceptualization of "designer cements" used in oil and gas well bores. Priscilla holds several patents in both biomedical and oil and gas industries.
In September 2012, Priscilla joined the firm of Fletcher Yoder as a technical advisor, and then as a patent agent following her registration before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in 2013. Her areas of technical familiarity include a wide variety of technologies related to biomedical sciences, medical devices, oil and gas, energy production, and environmental engineering.
- B.S., University of Texas - El Paso, 2001, Chemistry
- M.S., Purdue University, 2004, Medicinal Chemistry