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Cleo Valentine


Neuroscience and Design

I edizione
  • Inglese
  • aprile 2024


Cleo is a Vice Chancellor’s Doctoral Scholar at the University of Cambridge. Her research, conducted under joint supervision from the Department of Architecture and the Computational Neuroscience Group, focuses on examining the impact of visual exposure to architectural forms on allostatic activity and neuroinflammatory responses. In doing so, this research aims to establish the emerging field of architectural neuroimmunology. Cleo has delivered lectures on neuroarchitecture and architectural neuroimmunology at Harvard University Graduate School of Design, the University of Cambridge, and the London School of Architecture. She has held positions as the Neuroaesthetics Fellow at The Centre for Conscious Design and as a guest tutor at the Royal College of Art and the Architecture Association in London. She is currently an affiliated researcher at the University College London Spatial Cognition Lab and an associate at Cambridge Architectural Research Ltd., where she provides consultancy services on public health and architecture.

Cleo holds an MPhil in Architecture and Urban Studies from the University of Cambridge, an MSc in Sustainable Urban Development from the University of Oxford and a Bachelor’s in Urban Systems and Economics from McGill University and the University of Copenhagen.