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The collective expertise of our global team distinguishes OBWB in the field of Intellectual Property Law. We align our best resources to meet each client's specific needs and we treat each matter with the highest degree of attention and care.

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Osha Liang LLP
1200 Pearl St. Ste. 314
Boulder, CO   80302
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385 Yan An Rd.
Hangzhou, China   310006
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75002 Paris, France
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Level 28 Shinagawa Intercity Tower A
2-15-1 Konan Minato-ku
Tokyo, Japan   108-6028
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1701 Pennsylvania Ave.
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Washington, DC   20006
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Madison  Aufai, Ph.D.

Madison  Aufai , Ph.D.

Patent Engineer
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Patent engineer Dr. Aufai assists with patent preparation and prosecution. Madison is a synthetic and physical organic chemist with five years of experience in developing novel catalytic reactions for the synthesis of complex molecules and new structural motifs from readily available starting materials. 

Dr. Aufai has experience applying newly discovered reactions and mechanistic understanding to challenges in organic and medicinal chemistry. Prior to graduate school, she worked on developing new chiral ligands and used them in known reductive amination reactions to give products with high enantiomeric excess. 
Outreach & Involvement
Women in Chemical Science, University of Washington (2016-2021)
  • Participated in graduate student organization promoting inclusivity in the chemical sciences

Women in Stem, Middlebury College (2015-2021)
  • Secretary of student-led organization promoting inclusivity in STEM fields 
  • Helped organize female and minority speakers to discuss their experiences in academia and industry
  • Ph.D., Chemistry, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, 2021
  • B.A., Chemistry, Middlebury College, Middlebury, VT, High Honors, 2016
PUBLICATIONS
Middlebury College
 
  • Caminiti, N. S., Goodstein, M. B., Leibler, I. N.-M., Holtzman, B. S., Jia, Z. B., Martini, M. L., Bunt, R. C. (2015). Reversible nucleophilic addition can lower the observed enantioselectivity in palladium-catalyzed allylic amination reactions with a variety of chiral ligands. Tetrahedron Letters, 56(40), 5445–5448.  
  • Holtzman, B. S., Roberts E. T., Caminiti, N. S., Fox, J. A., Goodstein, M. B., Hill, S. A., Jia, Z. B.,Leibler, I. N.-M., Martini, M. L., Mendolia, G. M., Nodder, S. B., Costanza-Robinson,M. S., Bunt R. C. (2017). Ligand and base additive effects on the reversibility of nucleophilic addition in palladium-catalyzed allylic aminations monitored by nucleophile crossover. Tetrahedron Letters, 58(5), 432-436. 
University of Washington

  • Armstrong, M. A.*, Goodstein, M. B.*, Lalic, G. (2018). Diastereodivergent Reductive Cross Coupling of Alkynes through Tandem Catalysis: Z- and E-Selective Hydroarylation of Terminal Alkynes. J. Am. Chem. Soc, 140, 10233–10241.
  • Lee, M. T.*, Goodstein, M. B.*, Lalic, G. (2019). Synthesis of Isomerically Pure Z-Alkenes from Terminal Alkynes and Terminal Alkenes: Silver-Catalyzed Hydroalkylation of Alkynes.. J. Am. Chem. Soc, 141, 17086–17091.