Isaac Hatch-Gillette

Research Prof 1, Department of Psychiatry

Research Prof 1, Department of Psychiatry

BS, Psychology and Philosophy, Minor in Neuroscience


As an undergrduate Isaac worked in Dr. Sheng He's lab studying EEG in relation to binocular rivalry. Currently Isaac is working on the Psychosis Human Connectome Project under Dr. Scott Sponheim conducting primarily MRIs and phlebotomy, other work under Dr. Sponheim includes the aforementioned duties as well as EEG for other ongoing studies.

Awards & Recognition

Sharon Borine Award for Senior Thesis, Dean's List


Research Summary/Interests

Brain, gene and symptom based research on Psychosis in individuals with Schizophrenia, Bipolar and their relatives.