Eve Edelstein

Eve’s interest in architecture began early as a result of watching her father, a prominent Bay Area architect, cover the dinner table with blueprints. While she maintained her passion for design, Eve initially gravitated towards science.

She began her academic journey with a degree in anthropology from UC Berkeley and, after thinking and learning more about how the brain responds, developed an interest in neuroscience. Eve went on to earn her Ph.D. in clinical neuroscience at University College London. During her research and clinical service, she realized broad range of human needs in all settings.

Eve was later introduced to the Academy of Neuroscience for Architecture, which proved to be a turning point in her career. She completed another degree in architecture, and was able to combine her childhood interest with her academic work in neuroscience– truly a dream job.