Katie currently serves as a Science Advisor. Katie’s studies focused on environmental physics, specifically the effects of plasma on nanoparticles. She is an interdisciplinary physicist combining her knowledge of physics with the fields of environmental science, mathematics, and geography. Katie’s experience with teaching, coupled with her varied academic background, brings a diverse approach to her patent work.
Baylor University, M.S., Physics with a specialty in Environmental Physics, 2018
Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis, B.S., Physics with minors in Mathematics and Geography, 2014
Professional Associations and Memberships
Austin Intellectual Property Law Association