Evan Ehrenberg

At 16 years old, Evan began his Ph.D. in computational neuroscience at MIT.  

At age 11, he enrolled in Irvine Valley College. After transferring to UC Berkeley, he graduated with an associate’s degree in cognitive science, having also received The Robert J. Glushko Prize for Distinguished Undergraduate Research in Cognitive Science.

Now in the final year of his Ph.D. study, he is completing a thesis on the computational theory of face processing in the brain and computers. Over the course of this research, he has been the recipient of both the Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award, and the Henry E. Singleton Presidential Fellowship.

He is also a member of the Founder.org class of 2016, having recently co- founded the startup Xperii, which "aims to streamline the clinical and behavioral research process.”

At 16 years old, Evan began his Ph.D. in computational neuroscience at MIT.  

At age 11, he enrolled in Irvine Valley College. After transferring to UC Berkeley, he graduated with an associate’s degree in cognitive science, having also received The Robert J. Glushko Prize for Distinguished Undergraduate Research in Cognitive Science.

Now in the final year of his Ph.D. study, he is completing a thesis on the computational theory of face processing in the brain and computers. Over the course of this research, he has been the recipient of both the Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award, and the Henry E. Singleton Presidential Fellowship.

He is also a member of the Founder.org class of 2016, having recently co- founded the startup Xperii, which "aims to streamline the clinical and behavioral research process.”