Dr. Hung is a licensed clinical psychologist committed to finding new ways to achieve better understanding of the human brain and to improve the clinical perspective and treatment of neuropsychiatric disorders. Her research bridges cognitive neuroscience and clinical psychology, including a focus on neurodevelopment and neuroplasticity after brain injury. She implements multi-modality neuroimaging techniques and examines behavioral, neural functional and structural plasticity underlying human cognitive functions and related neuropsychiatric disorders.
Neuropsychiatric imaging research
Radiology, Imaging Research Center
Martinos Imaging Center and Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard-MIT, 2014
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
Psychology and Neuroscience (double program), University of Toronto, 2011/2012