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Simone Park is an associate in Ice Miller’s Litigation Group. She focuses her practice on patent infringement and invalidity analyses, IP-related agreements and assessing patent portfolios. Simone has handled matters before the United States Patent and Trademark Office as well as the International Trade Commission and District Court.

Simone earned her Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Michigan in 2011. As a grad student, Simone co-invented U.S. Patent No. US 8,539,813, which was directed to a non-biological test material for ultrasound therapy. She first authored a publication for original research work on an application for a new technology using ultrasound to perform non-invasive surgery (histotripsy) and spoke at the 2011 IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium.

As an undergraduate student in physics at Stony Brook University, Simone co-authored two publications on collaborative work with scientists applying synchrotron-based infrared spectroscopy for biomedical applications ranging from plant biology to cancer detection.

Simone Park is licensed to practice law in the state of New York, the United States Patent and Trademark Office and the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.
 
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  • S. Park, A.D. Maxwell, G.E. Owens, H.S. Gurm, C.A. Cain, Z. Xu, Non-invasive embolus trap using histotripsy – an acoustic parameter study, Ultrasound Med. Biol. 39(4):611-19 (2013)
  • A.D. Maxwell, S. Park, B.L. Vaughan, C.A. Cain, J. B. Grotberg, Z. Xu, Trapping of embolic particles in a vessel phantom by cavitation-enhanced acoustic streaming, Phys. Med. Biol. 59(17): 4927-43 (2014)
  • A. El Bedewi, G. El Anany, M. El Mofty, A. Kretlow, S. Park, L. M. Miller, The use of synchrotron infrared microspectroscopy in the assessment of cutaneous T-cell lymphoma vs. pityriasis lichenoides chronica, Photodermatol Photoimmunol Photomed. 26(2): 93-97 (2010)
  • J.Y. Gou, S. Park, X. H. Yu, L. Miller, and C. J. Liu, Compositional characterization and imaging of “wall-bound” acylesters of Populus trichocarpa reveal differential accumulation of acyl molecules in normal and reactive woods, Planta 229(1): 15-24 (2008)
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