Hamdi Eryilmaz, PhD, received his bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and his masters in biomedical engineering in Turkey. He then completed his doctorate in neuroscience at University of Geneva, Switzerland, where he investigated lasting effects of specific emotions on spontaneous brain activity and specialized in fMRI signal processing and functional connectivity. He had postdoctoral training with Randy Buckner, PhD, at Harvard University Center for Brain Science. He joined the Brain Genomics Laboratory in October 2013 and became an instructor at Harvard Medical School in 2018. His research focuses on neural underpinnings of working memory and reinforcement learning deficits in schizophrenia patients.