Alison Morrissey

Alison Morrissey is an associate in our business litigation group specializing in complex federal and state court litigation. Ms. Morrissey has experience in all phases of the litigation process. Prior to joining Archer, Ms. Morrissey focused her practice on cases involving alleged negligence, including products liability matters pending in multiple jurisdictions. Currently, Ms. Morrissey focuses her practice on commercial litigation, and provides a broad array of litigation services to individuals, companies and government agencies.


  • Alison Morrissey, Manipulation of Prescription Drug Research Data: Merely an Ethical Breach or a Fraudulent Claim? ABA Health eSource,, January 2010.
  • Alison Morrissey, Externship Cap Lifted, SBA Cheers, 47 Georgetown Law Weekly, Sept. 15, 2009, at 1.
  • Morrissey, A., Rosner, E., Parachuru, L., Dhar Chowdury, P., Yoshida, H., Tinker, A., Artman, M., Coetzee, W. Immunolocalization of KATP channel subunits in mouse and rat cardiac myocytes and the coronary vasculature. BMC Physiology 2005; 5:1.
  • Morrissey, A, Parachuru, L., Lopez, G., Tong, X., Dhar Chowdury, P., Artman, M., Coetzee, W. Expression of KATP Channel Subunits during Perinatal Maturation in the Mouse Heart. Pediatric Research 2005; 58: 185-192.
  • Dhar Chowdhury, P., Parachuru, L., Morrissey, A., Srivastava, S., Liu, W., Malester, B.,Yoshida, H., and Coetzee, W. The glycolytic enzymes, glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase, triose phosphate isomerase and pyruvate kinase are components of the KATP channel macromolecular complex and regulate its function. J.Biol. Chem 2005; 10: 1074-1092.
  • Yoshida, H., Feig, J., Morrissey, A., Ghiu, I., Artman, M., Coetzee, W. KATP channels of primary human coronary artery endothelial cells consist of a heteromultimeric complex of Kir6.1, Kir 6.2, and SUR2B subunits. J of Mol and Cell Cardiology 2004; 37: 857-869. (cover figure)


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