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Over 20 years experience in Bioinformatics, Genomics, and related disciplines.  Raised over $125,000,000 in public funding for research.



Held executive positions in three major start-up biotechnology companies.  Was a scientific founder of a biotechnology company purchased by Albany Molecular.



Registered United States Patent Attorney, Admitted to the Bar in NC and Fourth Federal Circuit for Eastern District North Carolina.

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Management and Technical consultant to the Biotechnology and Pharmaceutical Industries.  In addition, technical consultant on Genetics, Genomics, and Law for the film and television industry.

The Letter:  A Satirical Look at Becoming a Lawyer


Dr. Cuticchia has been publishing and editing books and articles in the scientific field since 1987.  Many of those books remain in print.  Here, he steps away from the technical and tells the story of a man in the midst of a mid-life crisis and his path to becoming a lawyer.

Though a work of fiction, the book is loosely based on the author's return to academics as a student, after being a professor for 20 years.

Short, and to the point, this witty collection of issues and events through lawschool to passing the bar exam would make a great gift for lawyers and people who think they might like to be lawyers.  Published through Amazon, the book is available both in print and for e-readers.  A portion of the proceeds will be donated to charities.

Genetics:  A Handbook for Lawyers 

book.jpgA Best-selling book published by the American Bar Association, this is part of the ABA Fundamentals.  In this book, Dr. Cuticchia shows the legal community that there is much more to genetics than just DNA fingerprinting.  He tackles areas such as genetic discrimination, personal medicine, and many other topics.  While at times the book discusses the historical perspectives, it is written to be a resource for modern-day legal practitioners.  Well annotated and with numerous citations, this book should be on any litigator's shelf.

The book begins by laying out the fundamentals of the genetics so that no prior biological knoweldge is needed to understand this fascinating book.

This book was published in 2010.

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