Dr. Eve Granatosky is a key member of the Lewis-Burke biomedical research team, where she combines her scientific background and first-hand experience in the federal government, to help clients achieve their advocacy goals. She leverages her knowledge of federal agencies, including the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), to support clients in relationship-building, competing for funding opportunities, and shaping emerging programs. Beyond her core expertise, Eve also assists researchers and research organizations with interdisciplinary priorities, builds connections across agencies, and provides unique insights into policies and opportunities that might otherwise be overlooked. As a trained biochemist and former Hill staffer, she has an appreciation for the nuances of research, policy, and politics, empowering her to effectively represent clients’ interests across the federal science landscape.
Issue Expertise: Biomedical research, research policy, basic life sciences, graduate STEM education, environmental health, infectious disease, and biotechnology
Additional Experience: Prior to joining Lewis-Burke, Eve was selected for the Genetics and Public Policy Fellowship through the American Society of Human Genetics and the National Human Genome Research Institute. Through this fellowship, she worked in policy offices at both the NIH and within a professional scientific society. The fellowship also took Eve to Capitol Hill, where she worked as a Legislative Fellow for Connecticut Senator Richard Blumenthal and covered health, education, and biomedical research issues. During her doctoral training, Eve led grassroots student efforts to promote science policy and advocacy on her university campus and co-founded the Science Policy Initiative at the University of Notre Dame.
Vital Statistics: Eve earned her Ph.D. from the University of Notre Dame, where she studied pre-clinical drug development for neurodegenerative diseases and developed a deep appreciation for Fighting Irish sports. She also holds a B.S. from Stonehill College, where she majored in biochemistry and minored in dance. In her spare time, Eve enjoys yoga, crossword puzzles, and the New England Patriots.