Dr Hatton completed his Bachelor of Medical Science (Honours 1) degree at the University of Sydney in 2007, with an emphasis on neuroimmunology, infectious disease, recombinant DNA technology, and bioinformatics. Sean has developed pandemic preparedness plans for global corporations, taught practical microbiology skills to undergraduate students, and developed postgraduate curriculum for neuroscientists, general practitioners, psychologists and psychiatrists at the Brain and Mind Research Institute (now Brain and Mind Centre). His PhD thesis investigated neuroanatomical changes that are associated with neurocognitive impairments in emerging psychiatric disorders. Sean has managed international commercial neuroimaging clinical trials and investigator-initiated trials in depression, bipolar disorder, psychosis, mild cognitive impairment, Alzheimer’s disease, multiple sclerosis, ALS, epilepsy, stuttering, and sacral nerve damage. Dr. Hatton is currently a Project Scientist at the Center for Multimodal Imaging and Genetics, University of California San Diego exploring the interplay of genetics and life experiences in adolescent brain development, neurological disorders, and healthy brain ageing.