Michael (Mike) Giroux
Michael Giroux is a technical advisor in the IP litigation group.
Before joining Ropes & Gray, Michael obtained a Ph.D. in chemical and biomolecular engineering at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland. His research focused on the synthesis and optimization of magnetic nanomaterials for applications in stealth technology, including millimeter wave absorption and electromagnetic interference. He has also worked extensively in various biomedical sciences, primarily virus capture and antibody delivery.
As an undergraduate, Michael received a bachelor’s degree in chemistry from Washington College in Chestertown, Maryland. His undergraduate research was focused in the areas of materials science and organic chemistry.
- Co-author, “Unprecedented Electromagnetic Interference Shielding from Three-Dimensional Bi-continuous Nanoporous Graphene,” Matter (2019)
- Co-author, “Tunable Intrinsic Strain in Two-dimensional Transition Metal Electrocatalysts,” Science (2019)
- Co-author, “Migration of Cobalt Species within Mixed Platinum-Cobalt Oxide Bifunctional Electrocatalysts in Alkaline Electrolytes,” Journal of the Electrochemical Society (2019)
- Co-author, “Core-Shell Nanostructured Cobalt-Platinum Electrocatalysts with Enhanced Durability,” ACS Catalysis (2018)
- Co-author, “Plating Precious Metals on Nonprecious Metal Nanoparticles for Sustainable Electrocatalysts,” Nano Letters (2017)
- Co-author, “Platinum-nickel Hydroxide Nanocomposites for Electrocatalytic Reduction of Water,” Nano Energy (2017)
- Co-author, “An Undergraduate Research Experience: Synthesis, Modification, and Comparison of Hydrophobicity of Zeolites A and X,” Polyhedron (2016)
- PhD (Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering), Johns Hopkins University, 2019
- BS (Chemistry), magna cum laude, Washington College, 2014; Phi Beta Kappa