Eve Edelstein, Ph.D.(Neuro), M.Arch., Assoc.AIA, EDAC, F-AAA applies her unique background with degrees and practice in anthropology, basic research in neuroscience and clinical neurophysiology to inform architecture, planning and design.
Dr. Edelstein’s clinical practice at the National Hospital for Neurology & Neurosurgery, Queen's Square and University College London, research at the Harvard/MIT hearing science lab, and work at the US Naval Medical Center provide insight to the breadth of users' needs across built settings.
Eve's work is at the intersection of design, health, education and wellbeing.
As co-founder of Clinicians for Design, Eve works with clinicians, staff, patients and researchers to undertake original studies, translate findings, and apply research-based design principles. With the Academy of Neuroscience for Architecture, the Salk Institute and the University of California San Diego Dr. Edelstein applied neuroscience to design, and with the Human Experience HxLab at Perkins & Will, Eve created and used bespoke and validated mixed methods including sensors. physiological, pre and post-occupancy evaluations to inform award-winning buildings including the University of Cincinnati Gardner Neuroscience Institute.
Eve publishes and speaks internationally and remotely, offering keynote, plenary, and interactive working groups.