Tracey Doyle is an associate at Belmore Neidrauer. Before joining the team, Tracey completed her articles of clerkship within the intellectual property department of a large National law firm. Tracey earned her JD from the University of Ottawa in 2016 and was called to the Ontario Bar in 2017. During law school Tracey won the first year Nelligan, O'Brien Payne Moot, was a semi-finalist in the 2015 Harold G. Fox Intellectual Property Moot and won the 2016 Oxford International Intellectual Property Moot.
Prior to law school Tracey earned her Ph.D at the University of Ottawa in microbiology and immunology where she developed monoclonal antibodies against conserved regions of the influenza virus. Through this work Tracey co-authored multiple publications in several leading journals such as the Journal of Biochemistry, the Journal of Antiviral Research and Nature Mucosal Immunology. Tracey also earned a M. Sc. in Immunology and Infection from McMaster University where she studied the relationship between endothelial progenitor cells, angiogenesis and allergy induced asthma. Prior to her M.Sc. Tracey completed a B.Sc in Honours Health Science from the University of Waterloo.