Chase Hill

Research Assistant, Healthy Brain Network

Child Mind Institute

Chase Hill, MS is a research assistant for the Health Brain Network. He attended graduate school at Teacher’s College, Columbia University, where he obtained a Master of Science in Neuroscience and Education. His research experiences range from pharmacological studies of comorbid depression and anxiety to longitudinal evaluations of substance abuse in at-risk populations through neuroimaging. He focused his master’s thesis on the neural mechanisms that facilitate a child forensic interview under optimal settings.

Chase’s research interests include interactions between default mode network and major depressive disorder in addition to the emerging utility for neuroscience in forensic developmental psychology. He plans to pursue a doctoral degree in clinical neuropsychology.

Education

  • BA, Digital Arts, Pratt Institute
  • MS, Neuroscience and Education, Teacher’s College, Columbia