Morgan Ziegelski focuses her practice on patent drafting and prosecution in the chemical and medical device fields. Morgan is experienced in protocols for UPC opt-outs, provisional application drafting and legal research.
While completing her undergraduate studies, Morgan compared and modeled the suitability of a traditional graft versus a Y-graft for a Fontan procedure using Ansys Fluent. She performed a mesh-independence study and computational fluid dynamics simulation on graft models. She received first place for ChBE Capstone project entitled “Continuous PET Depolymerization via Alkaline Hydrolysis” which is broadly related to chemical recycling of plastics. Morgan also worked on several research projects supporting organ-on-a-chip development.
Morgan has a Certificate in Intellectual Property from Georgia Tech.
Georgia Institute of Technology, B.S., Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, with highest honors
Publications & Presentations
A.M. Arinaga, M.C. Ziegelski, T.J. Marks. Alternative Oxidants for the Catalytic Oxidative Coupling of Methane. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 2021, 60, 10502.