Eden Almasude received an MA in African Studies, studying political history and secularism in North Africa, prior to medical school at the University of Minnesota. She is an Amazigh (Indigenous North African) woman and a community organizer with the Semilla Collective of New Haven working for migration and labor justice. She completed adult psychiatry training at Yale University, where she began a Spanish-language theater and storytelling program called ¡Cuéntanos! and contributed to the Husky for Immigrants coalition to end discrimination from health insurance access on the basis of migration status. She is currently a SAMHSA/APA Minority Fellow to co-create arts spaces and programs with Spanish-speaking communities. Outside of medicine, she loves learning languages, cooking, cats, and riding her motorcycle.
Education & Training
- MDUniversity of Minnesota Medical School (2018)
- MAOhio University Center for International Studies, African Studies (2013)
- BS (Hon)Ohio University, Molecular and Cellular Biology (2011)