Logan B. Christenson is an IP prosecution attorney working in Workman Nydegger’s patent prosecution group helping clients obtain both international and U.S. patents. He holds an advanced degree in biological engineering from Utah State University, where he gained experience in agricultural technology, medical device design, bioreactor and bioprocess design, bioreactor control system programming and design, recombinant microorganism design and related molecular biological techniques, biofuels production, environmental remediation, and wastewater treatment.
Logan complements his knowledge gained from the academic world with real world experience. Being raised on a family farm, he has a unique combination of knowledge and experience that he leverages to serve clients’ intellectual property needs in the agricultural technology space. His versatile background also provides an exceptional understanding of industry sectors that work at the interface of multiple technology areas, including the medical device and biomanufacturing spaces where biology and chemistry intersect with mechanical engineering, materials science, and computer technology.