About Bree Vculek
Bree Vculek is a current evening law student and Law Clerk at the firm. Bree is a member of the firm’s Chemistry & Life Sciences Team.
Bree focuses her practice on patent prosecution, portfolio management and client counseling in the fields of biotechnology (agricultural and pharmaceutical), chemistry, food technology, and nutraceuticals.
Prior to joining the firm, Bree led global sales and client development for multiple research and manufacturing organizations where she was responsible for facilitating biotechnology breakthroughs through customized antibody discovery and development solutions. She also spent two years as a health care, agriculture, nutrition, and intellectual property policy advisor on Capitol Hill.
Her graduate research included a genome wide interspecific chromosome substitution and introgression project focused on Gossypium hirsutum (cotton) and the development of specific nucleotide polymorphism primers for molecular analysis of tetraploid cotton varieties. During graduate school, Bree also worked in the Office of the Texas State Chemist, where she managed their global efforts to perform an aflatoxin risk assessment analysis in animal feed and feed ingredients in Kenya, Africa.
- St. Catherine University, B.A., Biology, Minor in Chemistry
- Texas A&M University, Master of Biotechnology, Certificate in Business
- The George Washington University Law School, J.D. expected 2023