Dr. Cretsinger has experience with a range of technologies including microprocessor architecture, 3-D graphics and computer-generated animation, video drivers, wireless communication, networking, photonics and optical devices, memory circuits, business methods and software, and consumer electronics.
Prior to entering the field of law, Dr. Cretsinger conducted research as a graduate student and postdoctoral fellow in the field of experimental high-energy particle physics. Her research projects included software development, mechanical design, optical devices and systems, electronics, data acquisition systems and data analysis. She is a co-discoverer of an elementary particle called the top quark.
University of California, Boalt Hall School of Law, J.D. (2001)
University of Rochester, Ph.D., Physics (1996)
University of Rochester, M.A., Physics (1992)
University of Arizona, B.S., Physics (1990) summa cum laude
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (2002)
American Intellectual Property Law Association, Member
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