Gregory T. Lowen, Ph.D., counsels public and private companies on all aspects of worldwide chemical patent prosecution, with technical expertise in organic, inorganic, and polymer chemistry; biochemistry; pharmaceuticals; nutraceuticals; beverages; agrochemicals; catalysts; batteries; LEDs; inks; fabrics; biosensors; and cosmetics. With a doctorate degree in organic chemistry and over 10 years of industrial experience as a research chemist, Greg’s practice also includes preparing opinions directed to patent infringement, validity, and freedom to operate; due diligence analysis; licensing; and litigation support.
Greg has industrial experience as a research chemist in organic synthesis such as natural products, heteroaromatics, nucleosides, carbohydrates, and small peptides.
Before joining Morgan Lewis, Greg worked as a senior research chemist at American Cyanamid’s agrochemical division and as a medicinal chemist at Burroughs Wellcome and GlaxoWellcome. The author of 11 scientific publications, Greg is also an inventor on nine US patents.
College of William & Mary, Marshall-Wythe School of Law, 2001, J.D.
University of California, Los Angeles, 1987, Ph.D.