Iris Hung

Iris Yuwen Hong

Research Associate

Dr. Hong is a neuroscientist and is committed to finding new ways to better understand dysfunctions of the human brain and behavior. As a clinical practitioner, Dr. Hong's research aims to improve clinical perspectives and treatment options for a variety of neuropsychiatric disorders, including but not limited to neuroplasticity and neurodevelopment during childhood, after brain injury, and during aging. She uses multi-modality neuroimaging techniques for her research, including MRI/fMRI, diffusion tensor imaging (DTI), and magnetoencephalography (MEG).

Biography & Affiliation

Research Interests

Neuropsychiatric imaging research

Academic Affiliation

Research Associate


Radiology, Imaging Research Center


Post-doctoral Research

Martinos Imaging Center and Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard-MIT, 2016

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)

Psychology and Neuroscience (double program), University of Toronto, 2012

Bachelor of Science (BSc.) and Master of Science (MSc.)

Cognitive Neuroscience and Clinical Psychology, National Taiwan Universities

Clinical Licenses

Clinical Psychologist, Taiwan

Mental Health Counselor, USA