Hassan Khan is a volunteer Research Assistant in the Cognitive Remediation and NeuroImaging lab. He is completing his Bachelor’s degree in Psychology at Carleton University. He has a strong interest in neurocognitive disorders, as well as exploring associations between brain and behaviour. Prior to joining the lab, Hassan was part of the Mood Disorders Research Unit at the Institute of Mental Health Research, where he worked with clinicians/researchers in establishing a stage-model for treatment resistant depression using Ketamine. Hassan is interested in pursuing a Masters in Epidemiology with a focus in clinical psychiatry so he can employ epidemiological tools to assess and manage distributional patterns for mental health disorders. Outside of research, Hassan spends most of his time reading, playing recreational soccer and photographing landscapes in and around Ottawa.