PhD in Biophysics, University of Michigan
BS in Biophysics, University of Michigan
Eileen (née Yu) Sneeden was born in Taipei, Taiwan, and lived there with her Buddhist father and atheist mother until she immigrated by herself to the United States at the age of eleven. It was during her freshman year of college that she received Christ as her personal Savior in her dorm room.
Upon the completion of her PhD, Eileen moved to California to begin working as a research scientist at the US Department of Energy’s Linear Accelerator Center at Stanford University.
She currently teaches Concepts in Chemistry for Maranatha Online and lives in San Diego, California, where she and her husband, Tim, serve as church planters.