Elizabeth (Liz) Mulski focuses her practice on US patent prosecution and counseling in the biotechnology space. She has extensive knowledge in the areas of molecular biology and biochemistry.

Prior to joining Wolf Greenfield, Liz was an associate at Jones Day where she managed several international patent portfolios for a variety of biopharma clients. She also assisted with drafting and revising provisional patent applications as well as assisted with the acquisition diligence for a large pharmaceutical company.

Before becoming an associate, Liz was a legal intern at Wolf Greenfield, Jones Day and Holland & Knight.

Liz’s doctoral work at Vanderbilt University focused on understanding the novel biological functions of single-stranded DNA protein proteins (SSBPs) in invasive head and neck cancer. In this work, Liz used molecular and biochemical techniques to identify the mechanism by which SSBPs influence local metastatic invasion.
  • Caridad Bolivar Bacardi Cancer Fund for Head and Neck Cancer Research 2014
  • National Institutes of Health Training Grant – Microenvironments in cancer (5T32CA009592-25) 2011-2013
  • Outstanding Graduating Senior in Biological Sciences at Ohio University 2010
  • The Provost’s Undergraduate Research Fund at Ohio University 2010
  • Outstanding Oral Presentation at National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Education Symposium, 3rd place 2009
  • National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Ernest F. Hollings Scholar 2008
  • National Science Foundation Research Experience for Undergraduates Fellowship 2008



Scientific Publications

  • Simonik, E., Cai, Y., Kimmelshue, K., Brantley-Sieders, D. M., Loomans, H., Andl, C., Westlake, G., Youngblood, V. M., Chen, J., Yarbrough, W. D., Brown, B. T., Nagarajan, L., Brandt, S. J., (2016). LIM-Only Protein 4 (LMO4) and LIM-Domain Binding Protein 1 (LDB1) Promote the Growth and Metastasis of Human Head and Neck Cancer. PLOS One 11(10), e0164804.
  • Grim, J. M., Simonik, E. A., Semones, M. C., Kuhn, D. E., & Crockett, E. L. (2013). The glutathione-dependent system of antioxidant defense is not modulated by temperature acclimation in muscle tissues from striped bass, Morone saxatilis. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative Physiology, 164(2), 383-390.
  • Key, P. B., Simonik, E., Kish, N., Chung, K. W., & Fulton, M. H. (2013). Differences in response of two model estuarine crustaceans after lethal and sublethal exposures to chlorpyrifos. Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Part B, 48(11), 967-973.
  • Simonik, E., Henry, R. (2009) Ammonia excretion and hemolymph ammonia concentrations in the intertidal green crab, Carcinus maenas during emersion. The Bulletin, MDI Biological Laboratory V. 48.
  • Simonik, E., Henry, R., Worden, M. (2009) Comparative physiology of acid-base balance in Carcinus maenas and Homarus americanus acclimated to low salinity. The Bulletin, MDI Biological Laboratory V. 48.


Liz has an advanced SCUBA certification and enjoys stand-up paddle boarding, hiking, and skiing.
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Elizabeth (Liz) Mulski focuses her practice on US patent prosecution and counseling in the biotechnology space. She has extensive knowledge in the areas of molecular biology and biochemistry.

Prior to joining Wolf Greenfield, Liz was an associate at Jones Day where she managed several international patent portfolios for a variety of biopharma clients. She also assisted with drafting and revising provisional patent applications as well as assisted with the acquisition diligence for a large pharmaceutical company.

Before becoming an associate, Liz was a legal intern at Wolf Greenfield, Jones Day and Holland & Knight.

Liz’s doctoral work at Vanderbilt University focused on understanding the novel biological functions of single-stranded DNA protein proteins (SSBPs) in invasive head and neck cancer. In this work, Liz used molecular and biochemical techniques to identify the mechanism by which SSBPs influence local metastatic invasion.
  • Caridad Bolivar Bacardi Cancer Fund for Head and Neck Cancer Research 2014
  • National Institutes of Health Training Grant – Microenvironments in cancer (5T32CA009592-25) 2011-2013
  • Outstanding Graduating Senior in Biological Sciences at Ohio University 2010
  • The Provost’s Undergraduate Research Fund at Ohio University 2010
  • Outstanding Oral Presentation at National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Education Symposium, 3rd place 2009
  • National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Ernest F. Hollings Scholar 2008
  • National Science Foundation Research Experience for Undergraduates Fellowship 2008

Scientific Publications

  • Simonik, E., Cai, Y., Kimmelshue, K., Brantley-Sieders, D. M., Loomans, H., Andl, C., Westlake, G., Youngblood, V. M., Chen, J., Yarbrough, W. D., Brown, B. T., Nagarajan, L., Brandt, S. J., (2016). LIM-Only Protein 4 (LMO4) and LIM-Domain Binding Protein 1 (LDB1) Promote the Growth and Metastasis of Human Head and Neck Cancer. PLOS One 11(10), e0164804.
  • Grim, J. M., Simonik, E. A., Semones, M. C., Kuhn, D. E., & Crockett, E. L. (2013). The glutathione-dependent system of antioxidant defense is not modulated by temperature acclimation in muscle tissues from striped bass, Morone saxatilis. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative Physiology, 164(2), 383-390.
  • Key, P. B., Simonik, E., Kish, N., Chung, K. W., & Fulton, M. H. (2013). Differences in response of two model estuarine crustaceans after lethal and sublethal exposures to chlorpyrifos. Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Part B, 48(11), 967-973.
  • Simonik, E., Henry, R. (2009) Ammonia excretion and hemolymph ammonia concentrations in the intertidal green crab, Carcinus maenas during emersion. The Bulletin, MDI Biological Laboratory V. 48.
  • Simonik, E., Henry, R., Worden, M. (2009) Comparative physiology of acid-base balance in Carcinus maenas and Homarus americanus acclimated to low salinity. The Bulletin, MDI Biological Laboratory V. 48.



Liz has an advanced SCUBA certification and enjoys stand-up paddle boarding, hiking, and skiing.