Science, medicine, biology, social sciences, robots and human-technology interaction, aging, all manner of writing for top medical nonprofits. I love good causes.
Science, cutting-edge medicine, technology, research, bioethics, culture, society.
Learning is a lifelong pursuit for me.
Eve's writings have appeared in newspapers and magazines nationwide, including USA Today, The Palm Beach Post, MIT’s Technology Magazine, American Drug Discovery, on CNN.com, ABC.com, on Vice.com and many others. Eve has written and spoken extensively about the emerging field of stem cell research, publishing the book Stem Cell Wars: Inside Stories from the Front Lines in 2006. The book won a commendation in popular medicine from the British Medical Association. She has written several publications on Alzheimer’s disease and other age-related and degenerative diseases and their impact on patients, families, caregivers and society. Stem Cell Wars has been included in the syllabus in a class on science communications at the University of California at Berkeley, and she is a contributor to the Springer International Encyclopedia of Sciences and Religions. Her new book, Beyond Human: How Cutting-Edge Science is Extending Our Lives, was nominated for a Kirkus Prize in Nonfiction. The book was released in August, 2016. She is currently wrapping up a contract with St. Martins Press for a book on social robots. Eve writes a regular blog post for the Regenerative Medicine Foundation.
Eve worked in the scientific/medical nonprofit world for 25 years. She has served as Public Education Manager for the American Health Assistance Foundation and the Stem Cell Research Foundation. She served as Director of Public Policy Research and Education for the Genetics Policy Institute and as the Director of the Office of Communications and Public Affairs for the American Psychiatric Association. She has also been managing editor of The Gerontologist for the American Gerontological Association. Throughout her career, she has written a wide variety of materials, including annual reports, fundraising and marketing documents, books, pamphlets, brochures, articles, editorials, press releases, white papers and speeches. She has also done extensive crisis communications, communications audits and rebranding campaigns.
Eve has been writing and publishing articles aimed at various audiences, from scientists and researchers to medical professionals, policy makers, potential donors, patients, family caregivers, and the general public for over 20 years. She has written and published extensively in newspapers (The Washington Post, New York Times), magazines (USA Today, MIT's Technology Review), and websites (CNN, ABC, Vice).
Eve has conceived, written and implemented about 20 annual reports in the scientific and medical nonprofit space. She has worked with designers and colleagues to envision and oversee award-winning graphic designs and award-winning writing (see the Awards Section). She is seasoned at interviewing experts and putting their complex ideas into clear, understandable language.
In 2006 Eve published the book Stem Cell Wars: Inside Stories from the Frontlines, about the many facets--scientific, political, social and ethical--of stem cell research. In 2007 Palsgrave MacMillan released the book in paperback, and it received a Commendation in Popular Science from the British Medical Association. In 2016 St. Martin's Press released Beyond Human: How Cutting-Edged Science is Extending Our Lives. The book was nominated for a Kirkus Prize in Nonfiction, and Chinese and Japanese translations are scheduled for release in 2017. Eve is currently under contract with St. Martins Press for Robots and the Women Who Love Them, a just-finished book on social robots and the groundbreaking roles they will be playing through human-technology interaction.