Dr. Eveline Angstetra
Eveline holds a Bachelor of Science (Honours) degree with First Class Honours in Pathology from the University of Melbourne, Australia.
Her PhD thesis, funded by the competitive Melbourne Research Scholarship, investigated the mechanism of beta cell death in Type 1 Diabetes with a focus on immune cell cytotoxicity. During her candidature, she regularly presented her work at various Australian conferences and at the International Immunological Diabetes Society conference in Miami. Her works have been published in various international peer-reviewed journals. Whilst completing her PhD studies, she was also involved in the Victorian Tom Mandel Human Islet Transplantation Program team, the second islet transplantation program established in Australia.
Eveline joined the patent profession in 2008 at Spruson & Ferguson (Asia) and after a brief stint working in the industry and another leading Intellectual Property specialist firm, she re-joined Spruson & Ferguson (Asia) in 2012. Eveline is involved in the drafting and prosecuting of both local and overseas patent applications, in particular in immunology, pathology, cellular biology and molecular biology.
Bachelor of Science (Pathology) (Hons 1) - The University of Melbourne Australia
Doctor of Philosophy (Medicine) - The University of Melbourne Australia
Graduate Certificate in Intellectual Property Law (Merit) - National University of Singapore
Registered Singapore Patent Attorney
Association of Singapore Patent Attorneys