Sung applies her extensive background in pharmaceutical chemistry to patent infringement and litigation matters. In this capacity, she conducts patentability and freedom to operate searches, in addition to analyzing patent validity and assisting in IP prosecution matters.
Before joining Shook, Sung received both her doctorate and master's degrees in pharmaceutical chemistry from the University of Kansas, where her research focused on proteomic study of protein nitration.
Sharov, V.S., Dremina, E.S., Pennington, J., Killmer, J., Asmus, C., Thorson, M., Hong, S.J., Li, X., Stobaugh, J.F., Schöneich, C., 2008. Selective fluorogenic derivatization of 3- nitrotyrosine and 3,4-dihydroxyphenylalanine in peptides: a method designed for quantitative proteomic analysis. Methods Enzymol. 441, 19-32. Review.
Hong, S.J., Gokulrangan, G., and Schöneich, C., 2007. Proteomic analysis of age dependent nitration of rat cardiac proteins by solution isoelectric focusing coupled to nanoHPLC tandem mass spectrometry. Exp. Gerontol. 42, 639-651.
Kanski, J., Hong, S.J., and Schöneich, C., 2005. Proteomic analysis of protein nitration in aging skeletal muscle and identification of nitrotyrosine-containing sequences in-vivo by nanoelectrospray ionization tandem mass spectrometry. J Biol Chem 280, 24261-24266.