Ivan Domith

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Ivan Domith

Patent Specialist

Ivan Domith joined Licks Attorneys’ Rio de Janeiro office as a Life Science specialist in 2022. Mr. Domith has over 10 years’ experience working as a university professor and with scientific research mainly in cell biology and biotechnology. His scientific prodution throughout the years includes contribution in molecular biology, biochemistry and pharmacology.

+ Languages
  • Portuguese
  • English
+ Practice Areas
  • Patents
  • Life Sciences
  • Patents
  • Life Sciences
+ Representative Cases
+ Professional Highlights
  • Honorable Mention in Science, Technology and Innovation Photography Award by UFF, 2017.
  • Honorable Mention at the XXXII FeSBE Annual Meeting by the Federation of Experimental Biology Societies, 2017.
  • Grant 1A Visit by the applicant to another laboratory, International Society for Neurochemistry, 2016.
  • Third place in the Juarez Aranha Ricardo award, Brazilian Society of Neurosciences and Behavior, 2014.
+ Representative Experience
+ Affiliations
+ Education
  • Post-Doctoral Degree in Neuroscience Grade 10 FAPERJ, Federal Fluminense University (UFF), 2022;
  • Professional Training Course in Clinical Research, Invitare, 2022;
  • Basics of Patent Drafting (DL 320P BR), WIPO, 2021;
  • Patenting in Biotechnology, Technical University of Denmark and Copenhagen Business School, 2020;
  • Introduction to the Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT 101P20), WIPO, 2020;
  • General Course on Intellectual Property (DL-101), WIPO, 2020;
  • Post-Doctoral Degree in Neuroscience, Federal Fluminense University (UFF), 2018;
  • Scientific Researcher in Neurochemistry, National Institutes of Health (NIH), 2017;
  • PhD in Neurosciences, Federal Fluminense University (UFF), 2016;
  • MSc in Neuroscience, Federal Fluminense University (UFF), 2012;
  • Bsc in Biological Sciences, Federal Fluminense University (UFF), 2010.
+ Publications
  • RAONY, Í. ; DOMITH, I. ; LOURENCO, M. V. ; PAES-DE-CARVALHO, R. ; PANDOLFO, P. Trace amine-associated receptor 1 modulates motor hyperactivity, cognition, and anxiety-like behavior in an animal model of ADHD. PROGRESS IN NEURO-PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY & BIOLOGICAL PSYCHIATRY, v. 117, p. 110555, 2022.
  • COSSENZA, M. ; SOCODATO, R. ; MEJÍA-GARCÍA, T. A. ; DOMITH, I. ; PORTUGAL, C. C. ; GLADULICH, L. F.H. ; DUARTE-SILVA, A. T. ; KHATRI, L. ; ANTOINE, S. ; HOFMANN, F. ; ZIFF, E. B. ; PAES-DE-CARVALHO, R. Protein synthesis inhibition promotes nitric oxide generation and activation of CGKII-dependent downstream signaling pathways in the retina. BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-MOLECULAR CELL RESEARCH, v. 1867, p. 118732, 2020.
  • PORTUGAL, C. C. ; ENCARNAÇÃO, T. G. ; DOMITH, I. ; DOS SANTOS RODRIGUES, A. ; DE OLIVEIRA, N. A. ; SOCODATO, R. ; PAES-DE-CARVALHO, R. Dopamine-Induced Ascorbate Release From Retinal Neurons Involves Glutamate Release, Activation of AMPA/Kainate Receptors and Downstream Signaling Pathways. FRONTIERS IN NEUROSCIENCE, v. 13, p. 1-13, 2019.
  • GARCIA, C. G. ; KAHN, S. A. ; GERALDO, L. H. M. ; ROMANO, I. ; DOMITH, I. ; SILVA, D. C. L. ; DOS SANTOS ASSUNÇÃO, F. ; FERREIRA, M. J. ; PORTUGAL, C. C. ; DE SOUZA, J. M. ; ROMÃO, L. F. ; NETTO, ANNIBAL D. P. ; LIMA, F. R. S. ; COSSENZA, M. Combination Therapy with Sulfasalazine and Valproic Acid Promotes Human Glioblastoma Cell Death Through Imbalance of the Intracellular Oxidative Response. MOLECULAR NEUROBIOLOGY, v. 1, p. 1-18, 2018.
  • DOMITH, I.; DUARTE-SILVA, A. T. ; GARCIA, C. G. ; CALAZA, K. C. ; PAES-DE-CARVALHO, R. ; COSSENZA, M. Chlorogenic acids inhibit glutamate dehydrogenase and decrease intracellular ATP levels in cultures of chick embryo retina cells. BIOCHEMICAL PHARMACOLOGY, v. 1, p. 1, 2018.
  • SOCODATO, R. ; SANTIAGO, F. N. ; PORTUGAL, C. C. ; DOMITH, I. ; ENCARNAÇÃO, T. G. ; LOIOLA, E. C. ; VENTURA, A. L. M. ; COSSENZA, M. ; RELVAS, J. B. ; CASTRO, N. G. ; PAES-DE-CARVALHO, R. Dopamine promotes NMDA receptor hypofunction in the retina through D1 receptor-mediated Csk activation, Src inhibition and decrease of GluN2B phosphorylation. SCIENTIFIC REPORTS, v. 7, p. 40912, 2017.
  • DOMITH, IVAN; SOCODATO, RENATO ; PORTUGAL, CAMILA C. ; MUNIS, ANDRESSA F. ; DUARTE-SILVA, ALINE T. ; PAES-DE-CARVALHO, ROBERTO. Vitamin C modulates glutamate transport and NMDA receptor function in the retina. JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY, v. 1, p. 1-13, 2017.
  • SOCODATO, RENATO ; PORTUGAL, CAMILA C. ; DOMITH, IVAN ; OLIVEIRA, NÁDIA A. ; COREIXAS, VIVIAN S. M. ; LOIOLA, ERICK C. ; MARTINS, TÂNIA ; SANTIAGO, ANA RAQUEL ; PAES-DE-CARVALHO, ROBERTO ; AMBRÓSIO, ANTÓNIO F. ; RELVAS, JOÃO B. c-Src function is necessary and sufficient for triggering microglial cell activation. GLIA, v. 63, p. 497-511, 2015.
  • SOCODATO, RENATO ; PORTUGAL, CAMILA C. ; CANEDO, TERESA ; DOMITH, IVAN ; OLIVEIRA, NADIA A. ; PAES-DE-CARVALHO, ROBERTO ; RELVAS, JOÃO B. ; COSSENZA, MARCELO. c-Src deactivation by the polyphenol 3-O-caffeoylquinic acid abrogates reactive oxygen species-mediated glutamate release from microglia and neuronal excitotoxicity. FREE RADICAL BIOLOGY & MEDICINE, v. 79, p. 45-55, 2015.
  • PORTUGAL, C. C. ; SOCODATO, R. ; ENCARNAÇÃO, T. G. ; DOMITH. I. ; COSSENZA, M. ; PAES-DE-CARVALHO, R. Ascorbate transport in retinal cells and its relationship with the nitric oxide system.. In: Prof. Dr. Preedy.. (Org.). The Handbook of nutrition, Diet and the Eye. 1st ed. San Diego, California: Elsevier, 2014, v. 1, p. 599-609.
  • COSSENZA, M. ; SOCODATO, R. ; PORTUGAL, C. C. ; DOMITH, I. ; GLADULICH, L. F.H. ; ENCARNAÇÃO, T. G. ; CALAZA, K. C. ; MENDONÇA, H. R. ; CAMPELLO-COSTA, P. ; PAES-DE-CARVALHO, R. Nitric Oxide in the Nervous System. Vitamins & Hormones. 1st ed. Elsevier, 2014, v. , p. 79-125.
  • SOCODATO, R. ; PORTUGAL, C. C. ; ENCARNAÇÃO, T. G. ; DOMITH I ; COSSENZA, M. ; PAES-DE-CARVALHO, R. Studying Nitric Oxide in the Developing Retina: Neuromodulatory Functions and Signaling Mechanisms. THE OPEN NITRIC OXIDE JOURNAL, v. 4, p. 1-15, 2013.