Greg is a patent agent whose experience includes more than a decade of work in laboratories doing research on breast cancer, neuroscience, stem cells, and basic cell biology.
A prolific writer, Greg has authored articles for a variety of scientific publications, including the Journal of Neurophysiology and Developmental Biology, as well as freelance articles for general audiences in Massive Science & Library for All.
In his laboratory work, Greg has extensive experience in using a broad range of microscopy tools to visualize live and fixed tissues, and in using mouse and Drosophila genetics tools to knockdown, knockout, or over-express specific genes. He also has first-hand experience with designing CRISPR constructs and using computer algorithms to manipulate large publicly available genetic databases.
Greg is currently an evening law student at Duquesne University, anticipating graduation in 2022.
Before Fox Rothschild
Prior to joining Fox, Greg was a postdoctoral research associate at Carnegie Mellon University and before that he was a graduate student researcher at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine.
Previously, Greg worked as a clinical trial analyst at Worldwide Clinical Trials Drug Development Solutions, Austin, Texas, and was an undergraduate research assistant at Ohio University Department of Biological Science.
Beyond Fox Rothschild
For the past six years, Greg has served as a judge at the Pittsburgh Regional Science and Engineering Fair.
Greg was the Chair of the TEDxUniversity of Pittsburgh planning committee in 2015-2016.
Honors & Awards
- CALI award for excellence in Intellectual Property, Duquesne University (2019)
- Outstanding Oral Argument, Legal Research and Writing, Duquesne University (2019)
- CALI award for excellence in Civil Procedure and Drafting, Duquesne University (2018)
- Most Outstanding Student, Department of Biology, Ohio University (2011)