As a patent agent in the firm’s Intellectual Property practice group, Michael VanEngelen brings nearly a decade of laboratory and research experience to his work. With a background in analytical chemistry and molecular microbiology, and the ability to perform advanced statistical analysis, Michael works collaboratively with attorneys across the Intellectual Property practice and provides a comprehensive yet focused approach to help clients achieve their objectives. Michael works on patentability searches, US and foreign prosecution, application drafting, and republication checking in various areas.
- Montana State University (Ph.D., 2009)
- Chemical and Biological Engineering
- Washington State University (M.S., 2005)
- Chemical Engineering
- Whitworth College (B.A.)
- Chemistry; Physics
- Philosophy minor
Charitable and Civic Involvement
- St. Louis Rowing Club (Member)
Prior to joining Armstrong Teasdale, Michael taught chemistry at Gonzaga University and directed the establishment of a regulatory testing lab built in response to the legalization of recreational cannabis use in Washington state.