Vincent Rubino joined Kenyon & Kenyon as a summer associate in 2006 and returned to the firm as an associate in 2007.
Since joining the firm Mr. Rubino has worked primarily in the area of patent litigation, as well as on trademark matters.
Mr. Rubino's undergraduate and graduate studies in biomedical engineering include research in both the software and hardware aspects of signal and image processing. He conducted research in biomedical imaging techniques, algorithms and software for applications such as image characterization and image comparison.
Mr. Rubino also conducted research combining image analysis with tissue engineering and bone interface that resulted in the publication of an abstract. Mr. Rubino was also acknowledged for his assistance in the image analysis for the later publication: "Age-Dependent Changes in Matrix Composition and Organization at the Ligament-to-Bone Insertion" (Wang IE, Doty SB, Rubino VJ, Chen FH and Lu HH; "Age-dependent characterization of the anterior cruciate ligament to bone insertion", Transactions of the 51st Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, Poster #1525, 2005).
Mr. Rubino received his B.S. and M.S. in Biomedical Engineering from Columbia University, and J.D. from Fordham University