BS, Mathematics, George Washington University
MS, Computer Engineering, University of
Jeremy Yamamoto's research involves searching
for biomarkers of clinical severity for patients
with schizophrenia using DTI and genetic information.
Previously, he worked with spectroscopy data to
determine neurotransmitter levels in schizophrenia
patients using SPM and LCModel. During his free
time, he enjoys riding his motorcycle, volunteering
at the hospital, triathlons, reading, and sleeping.
Next year, he plans to apply to medical school.