Adam Diament, J.D., Ph.D.
Adam Diament is a registered patent attorney and founder of Diament Patent Law. He focuses his work on intellectual property matters for U.S. and international clients in the areas of patents, trademarks, trade dress, copyrights, and trade secrets. He has secured patents in numerous fields, such as devices in the mechanical, electrical, optical, pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, construction, home appliance, fashion, and biomedical arts.
Dr. Diament has been a practicing patent attorney since 2008. Prior to becoming an attorney, he earned his Ph.D. in Genetics from the University of California Davis, where his research focused on the genetics of obesity and other metabolic disorders. After his Ph.D., he completed a post-doctoral fellowship at UCLA in nephrology, focusing on the genetics of polycystic kidney disease. For his undergraduate studies at UC Berkeley, he double majored in Molecular and Cell Biology, and Religious Studies. He also participated in gene mapping research as part of the Human Genome Project.
Dr. Diament has taught and assisted in teaching numerous college level courses, including: Genetics of Reproduction, Human Genetics, Issues in Body Weight Regulation, Human Heredity, Physiological Genomics, and Genes and Gene Expression. He also tutored high students in physics, chemistry, and biology. In addition to his academic teachings, he previously taught swing dancing for six years. In his spare time he is an avid genealogist and volunteers for the National Science Bowl® as a judge and moderator.
University of California, Berkeley
B.A., Molecular and Cell Biology, 1997
B.A., Religious Studies, 1997
University of California, Davis
Ph.D., Genetics, 2004
University of San Diego, School of Law
J.D., Law, 2004
Activities & Affiliations
• ProVisors, Member
• National Science Bowl - Judge, Moderator
• California (2008)
• United States Patent and Trademark Office (2008)