Where Technology, Innovation and

Protection Come Together

Dr. Sinai Yarus



Ohio State University, B.S.Agri Hebrew University Jerusalem, M.Sc.Agri Biochemistry Ph.D. Biology Ph.D.

Practice Areas





Bar Memberships  

U.S. Patent and Trademark Office

Israel Patent Office


Dr. Yarus has been working in patent drafting and Prosecution since 1999. During that time, he has worked at top tier Israeli IP law offices and served as in-house counsel for an industrial consulting company. He is licensed to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office and the Israel Patent Office and has experience practicing in jurisdictions such as the EPO, Australia, Canada, China, Japan, Russia and India via foreign associates.


His academic background in agriculture, biochemistry, biotechnology and molecular biology is supplemented by technical expertise acquired during the last fifteen years of patent practice in diverse fields such as medical imaging, clean tech, solar energy, nano-particle based technology, medical devices, bone cement, RF applications, water purification, Information technology and communications systems.


Dr. Yarus emphasizes integration of patent protection into a business plan to guide clients in building an IP portfolio that will serve their needs as their business develops.


Yarus, S., J.M. Rosen, A.M. Cole, G. Diamond (1996) "Production of Active Bovine Tracheal Antimicrobial Peptide in Milk of Transgenic Mice" Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 93:14118-14121


Steffen, D.L., Levine, A.E., Yarus, S., Baasiri, R.A. and Wheeler, D.A (2000) "Digital Reviews in Molecular Biology: Approaches to Structured Digital Publication" Bioinformatics 16(7):639-49.


Yarus, S.  , T.E. Weaver, and J.M. Rosen (1997) "The Carboxy-terminal Domain of Human Surfactant Protein B is not Necessary for Secretion in Milk of Transgenic Mice" Frontiers in Bioscience   2:a1-8 [http://www.bioscience.org/1997/v2/a/yarus1/htmls/list.htm]


Yarus, S., Y. Wei, N.M. Greenberg, J.A. Whitsett, T.E. Weaver, and J.M. Rosen (1997) "Secretion of Unprocessed Human Pulmonary Surfactant Protein B in Milk of Transgenic Mice", Transgenic Research , 6 (1):51-58.


Yarus S. (1996)"Classifying Transgenics" Nature Biotechnol., 14(9):1057.


Yarus, S., (1996)"Exploiting Transgenic Technology:  a Commercial Development Conundrum", Transgenic Research 5 (2):145


Yarus, S., D. Hadsell, and J.M. Rosen (1996) Engineering Transgenes for Use in the Mammary Gland in Genetic Engineering vol. 18, 57-82 Plenum Press, J.K. Setlow (ed)


Medical devices, biomedical devices, clean tech, wind energy, solar energy, biotechnology, molecular biology, pharmaceuticals, chemistry (nanoparticle based technologies, inks and printing technologies, UHMWPE fibers),  agriculture, bioreactors,  computerized systems and methods, electronic communications, user interfaces for electronic devices, cellular telephone accessories, printers, image processing, mechanical devices, cybersecurity, optics, consumer products, military hardware, personal care products, aerodynamics and robotics.