Ksenia Takhistova first joined Kenyon & Kenyon as a summer associate in 2008 and returned to the New York office as an associate in 2010. She has over five years of fundamental research experience studying multiphase multicomponent fluid flows in porous structures and capillary channels under variety of applied external conditions, including hands-on experimental design, theoretical model development, and numeric simulations of microfluidic devices. The research group Ms. Takhistova was working in had discovered vortex generation in microfluidic devices, a fundamental phenomenon useful for micromixing and drug delivery applications.
While in Law school, Ms. Takhistova was a member of two student journals; managing editor of the Rutgers Computer and Technology Law Journal, and articles and notes editor of the Rutgers Business Law Journal. Ms. Takhistova represented the school at the Regional round of Lefkowitz Trademark Moot Court Competition, and was also active in the school's intellectual property law society, chairing its patent and technology section.
Ms. Takhistova received her B.S, M.S. in Mechanics/Applied Mathematics (Mechanical Engineering) from Moscow M.V. Lomonosv State University, her M.S. in Chemical Engineering from University of Notre Dame, and her J.D. from Rutgers University School of Law-Newark.
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U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey
American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA)
New York Intellectual Property Law Association (NYIPLA)
New Jersey Intellectual Property Law Association (NJIPLA)