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Noam Ekhaus


Photographer and masters student for neuroscience and education.

My name is Noam Ekhaus and I'm a photographer and a masters student for neuroscience and education at Teachers College, Columbia University. In addition, I am working as the teaching assistant for the Human Functional Neuroanatomy course in my program, and I volunteer in the Zuckerman Institute. I am the co-founder and creative director of The Synapse, a Columbia organization which is passionate about making neuroscience accessible and inspiring. In 2021, I built a neuroscience curriculum for K-12 students and taught the program in elementary schools in NYC.

I presented my work in several group exhibitions, including the Etgarim Charity Exhibition by Sotheby's, and my work has been published in news agencies and magazines such as British Vogue and Forbes. Previously I designed and taught branding, storytelling and photography workshops at the Google academy.


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