Michelle Lee holds a Bachelor of Mechanical (Biomedical) Engineering with Honours from the University of Sydney. Her Honours thesis research was focused on utilising tissue engineering processes to investigate the in vitro effects of vitamin D on the MCF-7 line of breast cancer cells.
Prior to joining Spruson & Ferguson in 2014, Michelle was working as a Mechanical Engineer for EIM Medical Consulting, where she specialised in the product development of implantable medical devices for both local and international clients, from the research, development and design stages through to prototyping and testing. She has gained experience across a range of medical devices including artificial pacemakers & defibrillators, implantable stimulators & electrodes, cochlear implants, stents, catheters, surgical tools and hospital equipment. Michelle has also worked in the field of fluid mechanics, where she was responsible for developing and testing intravenous flow control devices in consultation with medical professionals.
Michelle now primarily works on mechanical patents and designs.
Bachelor of Mechanical (Biomedical) Engineering (Hons) - University of Sydney
Master of Intellectual Property – University of Technology Sydney
Registered Australian and New Zealand Patent Attorney
Registered Australian Trade Mark Attorney