Prior to joining Morrison & Foerster, Emily worked as a patent engineering intern, where she drafted a patent application, including figures, specifications, and claims from an invention disclosure and inventor interview related to software. She also analyzed prior art to prepare responses to final and non-final office actions to the United States Patent and Trademark Office and foreign jurisdictions. She also previously worked as a development engineer co-op for a medical device company, where she helped to create and modify surgical instruments for surgeon preference in Unigraphics NX while following design controls.
As an undergraduate student, Emily worked on engineering projects which included developing an interface to analyze a measured EMG signal and programming a virtual prosthetic arm controlled by the EMG signal. Along with her senior design team, she developed a device with an accompanying mobile application that quantifies pressure applied by chest braces to improve Pectus Carinatum bracing regimen.
Emily received her B.S. in biomedical engineering from Purdue University.Show More