Eva Lin completed her Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Biochemistry and Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Molecular Cancer Biology at Queen’s University, Canada. She is an advanced Cancer Researcher with 17 years of clinical research experience in cancer clinical trials phase Ib, II, and III, primarily in solid tumors. In her career, she has been accountable for multiple roles and responsibilities from Clinical Operations, Clinical Monitoring, Data Management, Project Management, People Management, and Initiative Development, both in non-profit and for-profit corporate organizations. Eva is fluent in fostering cross-functional team collaboration and bringing successes to the goals that the teams are set to archive.
Eva grew up as an atheist in her life until she was invited to the lights by Allah in 2016, then immediately embarked on her spiritual journey to explore each of the Abrahamic Faith (Judaism, Christianity, Islam, and Baha’i). In Ramadan 2016, Eva started to explore Islam. In Ramadan 2017, Eva went on a trip to Safed, Jerusalem, Hebron, and Haifa to search for the answer to her spiritual journey, and after returning from Al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem, she embraced Islam. In 2019, Eva embarked on a 10-days trip to the South Sinai desert in Egypt, tracing the exodus footsteps of Prophet Musa (s.aw.), Prophet Harun (s.a.w.), and the children of Israel.
Eva is a Spiritual Care Volunteer at Stanford Hospital comforting Muslim patients, reciting the Quran, and making duaa for the patients. She is also a member of the Advocacy Operations Team of the Able Community under the 21st Century Unified Muslim Society. Eva is leading the “Scholars & Ilm Platform” and the “RIAMEEN (Rahmatal-lil-alameen: "Mercy for the Worlds") Interfaith Platform”. She believes the solutions-driven platforms established by the 21st Century Unified Muslim Society will benefit Muslims as well as attracting non-Muslims to Islam by reviving the “pure” and “true” Islam in our fast-paced and highly diversified 21st century society.