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Jordan Bateman is a law clerk in the firm’s life sciences practice group, where he focuses his time on drafting patent applications for innovations in the fields of biology, physiology, and neuroscience.

Jordan earned his doctorate in neuropharmacology from the University of Florida College of Medicine, where he worked as a graduate research assistant. During this time, Jordan was awarded a prestigious U.S. National Institute of Health predoctoral grant for his work involving opioid-induced respiratory failure. Jordan received his Bachelor of Science degree in physiology and developmental biology from Brigham Young University, where he received two undergraduate research awards for his work in antimicrobial compounds and infection.

Jordan is the lead author of multiple, peer-reviewed scientific publications. Jordan is fluent in Russian.

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  • Professional Experience

    • Christensen O’Connor Johnson KindnessPLLC
      Law Clerk, Seattle, WA, 2023 – present
  • Technical Experience

    • Graduate Research Assistant
      University of Florida College of Medicine, 2017 – 2022
    • Research Assistant
      Brigham Young University, 2015 – 2017
  • Presentations & Publications

    Scientific Publications

    • “Opioid suppression of an excitatory pontomedullary respiratory circuit by convergent mechanisms,” eLife, Vol. 12, 2023, Bateman, J.T., Levitt, E.S.
    • “Evaluation of G protein bias and β-arrestin 2 signaling in opioid-induced respiratory depression,” American Journal of Physiology-Cell Physiology, Vol. 321, Issue 4, 2021, pp. C681-C683, Bateman, J.T., Levitt, E.S.
    • “Understanding and countering opioid-induced respiratory depression,” British Journal of Pharmacology, Vol. 180, Issue 7, 2023, pp. 813-828, Bateman, J.T., Saunders, S.E., Levitt, E.S.
    • “Neurochemistry of the Kölliker-Fuse nucleus from a respiratory perspective,” Journal of Neurochemistry, Vol. 156, Issue 1, 2021, pp. 16-37, Varga, A.G, Maletz, S.N, Bateman, J.T, Reid, B.T, Levitt, E.S.
    • “Phosphorylation-deficient G-protein-biased μ-opioid receptors improve analgesia and diminish tolerance but worsen opioid side effects,” Nature Communications, Vol. 10, Issue 367, 2019, Kliewer, A., Schmiedel, F., Sianati, S., Bailey, A., Bateman, J.T., Levitt, E.S., Williams, J.T., Christie, M.J., Schulz, S.
    • “Preclinical testing of broad-spectrum antimicrobial endotracheal tube coated with an innate immune synthetic mimic,” The Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy, Vol. 73, Issue 1, 2018, pp. 143-150, Hashemi, M.M. Rovig, J., Bateman, J., Holden, B.S., Modelzelewski, T., Gueorguieva, I., von Dyck, M., Bracken, R., Genberg, C., Deng, S., Savage, P.B.




    • University of Washington School of Law, 2L
    • Ph.D., Neuropharmacology, University of Florida College of Medicine, 2022
    • B.S., Physiology and Developmental Biology, Brigham Young University, 2017

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