Danielle Kozlosky

Patent Scientist
Email: dkozlosky@dsiplaw.com


  • J.D. Candidate, University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce School of Law 2026
  • Ph.D., Toxicology, Rutgers University
  • B.S., Pathobiology, Rutgers University

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Prior to joining Servilla Whitney, Danielle completed her PhD in Toxicology at Rutgers University, where she studied cadmium toxicity on reproduction and development, with a primary focus on the placenta. Her education also included research on diabetes and the islet of Langerhans, the beneficial applications of tea constituents on gastrointestinal pathologies, and various areas of occupational and environmental health.

During the final year of her PhD, Danielle interned at Greenberg Traurig, gaining early training in patent prosecution while working alongside patent attorneys to understand patent prosecution, litigation, and collaborations in patent law. She also completed a fellowship in the Rutgers University Technology Transfer Office, where she worked with inventors in the life science field, analyzing invention disclosures and determining patentability.

After completing her PhD, Danielle joined Servilla Whitney as a Patent Scientist, focusing on aiding with patent drafting and prosecution, opinions, and analysis. Her training primarily centers around patents in the areas of pharmaceuticals and medical devices, with a minimal focus on materials science and semiconductor devices. She is constantly learning and gaining new experiences in developing patent portfolio and prosecution strategies.

Outside of the office, Danielle enjoys working out, cooking, and spending time with her family.