Dr. Tristan Lee is a scientific advisor focused on patent prosecution in Biotechnology. Dr. Lee has experience with genetic modification systems, such as CRISPR, viral vectors, proteins, antibodies, cell culture, biomarkers, biological assays, pharmaceuticals, and cell imaging. Prior to joining Leydig, Voit, & Mayer, Dr. Lee taught graduate student courses at Winston-Salem State University on Human Anatomy, Physiology, Neuroscience, Pharmacology, and Pathophysiology. Dr. Lee also worked at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center in a neuroscience lab studying the effects of various pharmaceuticals on learning and memory with respect to mTOR activity and how this was modified during drug addiction. Dr. Lee’s dissertation work at the University of Wisconsin-Madison focused on the role of various proteins in modifying cytoskeletal dynamics during neural development.