Iasha Chaudhry
Articling Student, Vancouver


Phone: 604.682.7780
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  • University of British Columbia, B.Sc. (Cell Biology and Genetics), 2005
  • Washburn University School of Law, J.D., 2014

Iasha Chaudhry is an articling student in our Vancouver office, and has completed her Juris Doctor degree at Washburn University School of Law. 

During law school, Iasha was a member of the Intellectual Property Law Society and treasurer and vice president of the Asian American Law Students’ Association. She received and maintained a foundation scholarship and graduated with Dean’s honours. While working at the University of Washington’s technology transfer office, Iasha gained valuable experience in US patents, trademarks, and IP/technology agreements.

Prior to joining the firm, Iasha worked for a number of years in genomics research at the Life Sciences Institute of the University of British Columbia, working with mutant strains of Caenorhabditis elegans. Accordingly, Iasha has first-hand experience in a wide range of molecular-genetic applications and techniques. Most recently, her work involved optimizing precise in vivo genome editing using CRISPR/Cas9 technology to increase successful DNA integration events and minimize off-target modifications. She also worked on using whole-genome and amplicon sequencing on pooled mixed populations to identify and isolate mutants in genes of interest in a high-throughput manner.


  • Member, Life Sciences British Columbia
  • Member, Canadian Bar Association


The Million Mutation Project: a new approach to genetics in Caenorhabditis elegans” (co-authors: Thompson O, Edgley M, Strasbourger P, Flibotte S, Ewing B, Adair R, Au V, Chaudhry I, Fernando L, Hutter H, Kieffer A, Lau J, Lee N, Miller A, Raymant G, Shen B, Shendure J, Taylor J, Turner EH, Hillier LW, Moerman DG, and Waterston RH) Genome Research,  23(10): 1749-62, October 2013 

Large-scale screening for targeted knockouts in the Caenorhabditis elegans genome” (co-authors: C.elegans Deletion Mutant Consortium) G3: Genes Genomes Genetics, 2(11): 1415-25, November 2012

Whole-genome profiling of mutagenesis in Caenorhabditis elegans” (co-authors: Stephane Flibotte, Mark L. Edgley, Iasha Chaudhry, Jon Taylor, Sarah E. Neil, Aleksandra Rogula, Rick Zapf, Martin Hirst, Yaron Butterfield, Steven J. Jones, Marco A. Marra, Robert J. Barstead and Donald G. Moerman) Genetics, 185(2): 431-41, June 2010

An integrated strategy to study muscle development and myofilament structure in Caenorhabditis elegans” (co-authors: Meissner B, Warner A, Wong K, Dube N, Lorch A, McKay SJ, Khattra J, Rogalski T, Somasiri A, Chaudhry I, Fox RM, Miller DM 3rd, Baillie DL, Holt RA, Jones SJ, Marra MA, and Moerman DG), PLoS Genetics, 5(6), June 2009

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