Kiersten Batzli | White & Case LLP International Law Firm, Global Law Practice
Kiersten Batzli
Kiersten Batzli

Kiersten Batzli

Technical Advisor, Boston

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Overview

Dr. Kiersten Batzli is a Technical Advisor in the Global Intellectual Property Practice Group. Kiersten employs her technical and scientific background to draft patent applications, provide targeted patent prosecution strategies, and provide analysis for portfolio management. Kiersten also has experience assisting in patent infringement, validity and freedom to operate analyses.

Kiersten is comfortable working in a wide range of technologies, including medical devices and healthcare, consumer electronics, semiconductors, and security systems. Kiersten has applied her experience in materials science to various medical technologies, including implantable heart pumps, implantable prosthetics, respiratory systems, and drug-eluting stent technologies.

Kiersten received bachelor's degrees with university honors in both Physics and Philosophy from American University in Washington, DC. She received her doctorate degree in Materials Science and Engineering from the University of Michigan, where she was a fellow in the Office of Technology Transfer. Kiersten’s graduate work focused on the use of protein-based fibrils as templates for nanowire construction. Kiersten is the author of several research papers in scientific journals

Prior to joining the Firm, Kiersten worked as a technical advisor at an international law firm in Boston.

Bars and Courts

  • US Patent and Trademark Office

Education

  • PhD, Materials Science and Engineering, University of Michigan
  • BS, Physics, American University
  • BA, Philosophy, American University

Languages

  • English

Experience

Publications

  • K. Batzli, et al., "Formation of platinum-coated templates of insulin nanowires used in reducing 4-Nitrophenol," MSE C (2014)
  • K. Batzli, et al., "Agitation of amyloid proteins to speed aggregation measured by ThT Fluorescence: A call for standardization," MSE C (2014)