Chase Hill

Research Assistant, Healthy Brain Network

Child Mind Institute

Chase Hill, MS, is a research assistant for the Health Brain Network. Chase (who prefers to use the pronoun they/them) attended graduate school at Teacher’s College, Columbia University, where they obtained a Master of Science in Neuroscience and Education. Their research experiences range from pharmacological studies of comorbid depression and anxiety to longitudinal evaluations of substance abuse in at-risk populations through neuroimaging. Their master’s thesis aimed to elucidate the neural mechanisms that enhance a forensic interview when having a child victim draw during disclosure of an allegation.

Chase’s research interests include health outcomes and quality of life for marginalized people of LGBTQ+ communities and disenfranchised populations with ethnic identities. They plan to pursue a doctoral degree in clinical psychology with a focus on social justice.

Education

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