Daniel E. Manson, Ph.D.

Technology Specialist

Overview

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.

Education

Ph.D., Chemistry, University of Wisconsin – Madison

B.A. Chemistry with a concentration in biochemistry, (magna cum laude), Skidmore College

Experience

Honors:

  • William B. Dickinson Summer Fellowship in Organic Chemistry, University of Wisconsin – Madison
  • Goering Fellowship in Organic Chemistry, University of Wisconsin – Madison

Education

Ph.D., Chemistry, University of Wisconsin – Madison

B.A. Chemistry with a concentration in biochemistry, (magna cum laude), Skidmore College