Eveline is a registered Singapore patent attorney specializing in life sciences, specifically in the field of immunology, pathology, cellular biology, biochemistry, and molecular biology.

Prior to joining the firm, Eveline practised in two large Intellectual Property firms in Singapore and was a Senior Intellectual Property Associate at a Japanese research centre based in Singapore.

Eveline has considerable experience in patent drafting, prosecution, and management up to grant of both local and overseas patent applications. Eveline is also experienced in performing validity and infringement analysis typically performed during Freedom To Operate searches.

More recently, Eveline was an instructor in the inaugural year of the Graduate Diploma in IP and Innovation Management (patent agency), run by School of Business, Singapore University of Social Sciences.

Eveline has a PhD in Immunology, which was funded by a competitive Melbourne Research Scholarship awarded by The University of Melbourne, Australia. Her PhD thesis investigated the role of CD4+ T lymphocytes and Natural Killer cells in the pathology of Type 1 Diabetes. During her candidature, Eveline travelled both nationally in Australia as well as internationally to present her PhD thesis. Her work has also been published in various international peer-reviewed journals.

Prior to her PhD candidature, Eveline graduated from The University of Melbourne, Australia, with a Bachelor of Science (with Honours) degree with First Class Honours in Pathology. For her Honours thesis, Eveline researched the safety of traditional herbal medicine.

Eveline is a member of the Association of Singapore Patent Attorneys (ASPA).

Contact Us