The interrelation between law and science has always intrigued Amine Noueiry. This intrigue has led to a career at Polsinelli where Amine prepares and prosecutes patents for academic and industry clients, and searches patent and scientific literature regarding patentability, freedom to operate, and other opinions in the fields of pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, nutrition, chemistry, medical technologies, and related subjects.
He has been published in highly rated scientific journals such as Cell, PNAS-USA and Molecular and Cellular Biology, presented at scientific meetings, and during his scientific career awarded more than $2.9 million in grants from the National Institutes of Health.
Amine has more than 14 years of work in a wide range of biological systems including animal, plant, viral, and microbial systems using modern molecular and cell biology techniques, including genomics. But his main focus of study has been the interface between RNA virus replication and cellular pathways of RNA metabolism.