Lisbeth C. Robinson, Ph.D.
Lisbeth C. Robinson, Ph.D. is a patent attorney focusing her practice on patent preparation and prosecution in the chemical and life sciences industries. Lisbeth aids clients in all domestic and international patent portfolio development aspects, including conducting patentability and freedom-to-operate analyses. As a former patent examiner, Lisbeth possesses a unique blend of legal and technical expertise to add value and maximize the return on investment for clients.
Lisbeth was the first JD/Ph.D. graduate of the Joint Degree Program in Law, Health and the Life Sciences of the University of Minnesota, earning both a Ph.D. in Pharmacology and JD in 2008. Before joining Lathrop GPM, Lisbeth was a senior patent attorney at a Minneapolis firm.
- Thesis: Improved Optical Highlighters Derived from DsRed Variants and Enhanced Calcium Leak from Endoplasmic Reticulum Calcium Stores Induced by Hepatitis C Virus NS5A Protein. Diss. U of Minnesota, 2008. Ann Arbor: UMI, 2008
- Robinson and Marchant, "Enhanced Ca2+ leak from ER Ca2+ stores induced by hepatitis C NS5A protein," Biochem Biophys Res Commun, 368: 593-599 (2008)
- Robinson and Marchant, "Calcium influx: Beyond ‘current’ biology," Curr Biol, 16:R548-550 (2006).
- Robinson and Marchant, "Improved ‘optical highlighter’ probes derived from Discosomared fluorescent protein," Biophys J, 88:1444-1457 (2004). (Featured on journal’s cover.)
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- U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
University of Minnesota, J.D., 2008
University of Minnesota, Ph.D., Pharmacology, 2008
University of Vermont, B.S., Biochemical Science, cum laude