Binita Singh is a registered patent attorney who is privileged to work with individuals and to protect their intellectual property rights. She received her B.S. in Physiology and a minor in Chemistry from California State University in San Jose. She further went on and obtained a M.S. in Cellular and Molecular Biology from California State University in Sacramento, where she performed her graduate research to determine which factors influenced pluripotent stem cells to transform into smooth muscle cells in the aorta. Later, Binita earned her J.D. from Willamette University College of Law in Oregon.
Binita’s path to law school started after she pursued her interest in the sciences. Her education and interest directed her toward stem cells. She honed her understanding in this exciting area of science by working in a stem cell core laboratory at Stanford University. She took her stem cell experience and helped establish a stem cell research facility at a pharmaceutical company in San Francisco. While working and garnering knowledge in stem cells and molecular biology, her interest in law developed. A few years later her journey to law school began. She wanted to apply her scientific training in new ways and be the interface of where science and the public meet. She may be considered as an attorney scientist who understands technology.