Luisa Meyer is a patent engineer with Foley & Lardner LLP. She is a member of the firm’s Mechanical & Electromechanical Technologies Practice.
Luisa is an accomplished engineer with experience in quantitative research and analysis in the areas of bone and joint biomechanics and lithium-ion battery science. Working in the field of intellectual property, Luisa has the combined capacity to manage diverse work environments with product management, business development, and regulatory compliance.
- University of Wisconsin - Madison (Ph.D., 2016)
- University of Wisconsin - Madison (M.S., 2012)
- University of Wisconsin - Madison (B.S., 2011)
- Co-author, “Combined Exposure to Big Endothelin-1 and Mechanical Loading in Bovine Sternal Cores Promotes Osteogenesis,” Bone, volume 85, pages 115-122 (2016)
- Author, “Testing and Modeling Mechanical Properties of Ex Vivo Trabecular Bone,” University of Wisconsin-Madison (May 2016)
- Author, Ex Vivo Testing of Live Trabecular Bone Using ZETOS Bone Loading System and Bioreactor,” University of Wisconsin-Madison (December 2012)
- Co-presenter, “Human Trabecular Bone Response to Mechanical Load is Dependent on Endothelin-1 Signaling,” Orthopaedic Research Society Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL (March 2016)
- Co-presenter, “Endothelin-1 Signaling is Required for SOST and IGF1 Secretion in Response to Mechanical Load,” 2015 ASBMR 37th Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA (October 2015)
- Co-presenter, “Predictive Model for Simulating Trabecular Bone Remodeling in Two Dimensions,” 21st European Congress of Biomechanics, Prague, Czech Republic (July 2015)
- Co-presenter, “Exposure to Big Endothelin-1 in Bovine Sternal Cores Mimics Aspects Mechanical Loading,” 7th World Congress of Biomechanics, Boston, MA (July 2014)
- Co-presenter, “Predictive Model for Simulating Human Bone Remodeling,” Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering, Montreal, Quebec (September 2015)
- Co-presenter, “Macro-, Micro-, and Nano-level Mechanical Analysis of Injection Molded Beta Tricalcium Phosphate Bone Scaffolds,” Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering, Montreal, Quebec (September 2015)