Hilary Sweatman


Hilary Sweatman is a PhD student in the Integrated Program in Neuroscience at McGill University. Hilary believes that science is for everyone and that we all play a role in making science accessible. She has had a longstanding interest in bringing scientific findings to audiences of all ages and backgrounds, and is excited to be co-founding an initiative promoting graduate students to engage with curious individuals in the community. Hilary’s research uses imaging to understand how brain-cognition associations develop as individuals mature from childhood to adulthood.