Yaseen Manan Articling Student

Speaks:  English, Pushto

Primary phone: +1 613-233-1781 Ext 57664

Fax: +1 613-563-9869

Email: yaseen.manan@gowlingwlg.com

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Primary office:  Ottawa

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Yaseen Manan

Yaseen Manan is an articling student in Gowling WLG's Ottawa office.

Prior to law school, Yaseen completed his BSc and MSc in Biochemistry, where he published two theses. For his senior thesis, he studied the binding of apoptosis proteins to membrane models for cancer research, which eventually lead to a publication. During his MSc in Biochemistry, he took on the challenge of solving the 3-D structure of a membrane protein. Yaseen also discovered his creative side when he had the opportunity to create a logo, in addition to marketing material, for the Life Science Career Development Society at the University of Toronto while defending his MSc.

Yaseen's experiences have led him to be passionate about Intellectual Property law. He competed in the 2018 Harold G. Fox IP Moot during his final year at law school. He has now finished law school and hopes to combine his interests with his law degree to provide his clients with the service they need.

Career & Recognition

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  • 2018

    • Education
      Queen’s University, JD
  • 2015

    • Education
      University of Toronto, MSc, Biochemistry
  • 2012

    • Education
      McMaster University, BSc, Biochemistry (Biomedical specialization)

Manan Y, “Investigating the Structure of MacB, an ABC Transporter Protein” (Master Dissertation), online: https://tspace.library.utoronto.ca/handle/1807/70462, 2015.

Shivakumar S, Kurylowicz M, Hirmiz N, Manan Y, Friaa O, Shamas-Din A, Masoudian P, Leber B, Andrews DW & Fradin C, “The proapoptotic protein tBid forms both superficially bound and membrane-inserted oligomers.” Cell Biophysical Journal, 2014.

“Investigating the Strucuture & Mechanism of MacB, an ABC Transporter”, Presentation at Department of Biochemistry Weekly Seminars, University of Toronto, May 14, 2014.

“Quantifying the Binding of Bax and Bid to a Supported Planar Membrane”, Poster presentation at 1st Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium, McMaster University, April 5, 2012.