Yingchun Ni focuses his practice in intellectual property law with an emphasis on patent preparation and prosecution in the biotechnology, life science and pharmaceutical industries. His technical knowledge covers a wide range of areas including biochemistry, biomarkers, cell biology, fluorescence imaging, genetics, histology, microbiology, molecular biology, neurobiology and virus-mediated gene delivery. Prior to law school, Yingchun conducted research on neural development and neurological diseases at the National Institutes of Health and Boston Children’s Hospital. He has published a dozen research articles in peer-reviewed journals in relevant fields. In addition to patent prosecution, he also assists clients with trademark applications and IP due diligence.
University of Michigan Law School (J.D., 2019)
Managing Articles Editor, Michigan Technology Law Review
Member, Intellectual Property Students Association
University of California, Riverside (Ph.D., Neuroscience, 2006)