On Thursday, October 5, Workman Nydegger welcomed Sarah Lee, one of this year’s recipients of the Workman Nydegger Scholarship for Women in Science, to present to the biotech attorneys of the firm. Sarah presented her research on the “Characterization of the White-Eye Mutation in the Tetranychus urticae and Its Resulting Effects on Light Recognition and Diapause Induction.”
Sarah Lee is a junior, double majoring in Chemistry and Biology at the University of Utah. She serves as the Vice President of the American Chemical Society Student Chapter where she works with elementary school children and plans activities for students at the University. Upon graduation in May 2018, Sarah plans to pursue a PhD in plant genetics or plant biology.
Workman Nydegger is proud to support hardworking students like Sarah and introduce them to a possible career path in intellectual property law. Workman Nydegger is committed to helping women succeed in their engineering or science training. The firm hopes to provide women with an understanding of the many career opportunities available to women with science and engineering backgrounds and an interest in intellectual property law as a career path.