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Mehdi Ganjeizadeh

Mehdi Ganjeizadeh has joined Butzel Long as a senior attorney in the firm’s Ann Arbor, Mich., office. Ganjeizadeh will focus his practice on domestic and international patent prosecution and counseling in the life sciences.
Ganjeizadeh has previously served as an in-house IP counselor at Pfizer. He has also been employed by Michigan-based IP law firm Young Basile, as well as another undisclosed Michigan boutique IP law firm, Butzel Long said.

Ganjeizadeh holds a JD from North Carolina Central University; a PhD in medical sciences and pharmacology from the Medical College of Ohio; and a BA in genetics from the University of California, Berkeley.

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