Georgia Mann MChem, D.Phil, EPA, CPA
Georgia is a patent attorney in our Life Sciences & Chemistry group.
Georgia has experience with a wide variety of chemical inventions. She has particular expertise in the areas of electrochemistry, polymers, food chemistry, and formulation chemistry.
Since joining the profession, Georgia has worked with a wide range of clients, including large multi-national companies, SMEs, lone inventors and local universities.
Education & background
Georgia has a first class MChem degree and a PhD from the University of Sheffield. Her postdoctoral research focused on the use of dendrimers, hyperbranched polymers and other polymeric systems as vehicles for encapsulation and delivery, and the use of dendrimers to study and inhibit protein-protein binding. Georgia has co-authored numerous scientific papers and presented her research at the World Polymer Congress in 2012.
Before joining Withers & Rogers, Georgia worked in Switzerland for a scientific publishing company. She liaised closely with authors and editors during article preparation. As such, she has a wealth of experience working with academic professionals and has working proficiency in French.
On a personal note...
Georgia enjoys an active lifestyle and will try her hand at most sports. Furthermore, having grown up in South Wales, she is an avid Welsh rugby fan. Georgia also has a keen interest in testing out new recipes, and is currently working her way round the brunch spots in Sheffield.