Amy Mahan focuses her practice on intellectual property litigation matters.
While in law school, Amy served as the executive editor of the University of Pennsylvania Journal of Business Law, obtained a Certificate in Engineering Entrepreneurship and served on the board of two pro bono projects: Penn Housing Rights Projects and Criminal Records Expungement project. During law school, she also interned at the Wistar Institute and the Penn Center for Innovation helping put together licensing and sponsored research agreements to help commercialize promising biomedical technologies.
After obtaining her PhD in Neuroscience, Amy completed her postdoctoral research training at Harvard Medical School. She obtained her bachelor’s degree in biology, psychology and neuroscience. Amy’s research focused on the molecular, genetic, epigenetic and neural circuit mechanisms underlying psychiatric disease through an integration of animal models and human genetic research.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Amy Mahan, PhD