Daniel applies his background in organic chemistry and chemical biology to assist clients in matters relating to their intellectual property.
Daniel’s graduate research at the University of Wisconsin – Madison focused on developing small molecule chemical tools to intercept cell-cell signaling pathways in pathogenic bacteria. He is a co-inventor on a U.S. patent that is based on discoveries he made while in graduate school.
Daniel has authored and co-authored scientific publications in journals including ACS Infectious Diseases, ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces, and Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry.
- William B. Dickinson Summer Fellowship in Organic Chemistry, University of Wisconsin – Madison
- Goering Fellowship in Organic Chemistry, University of Wisconsin – Madison