Splash Biography



RENEE TUNG, Yale junior studying Neuroscience




Major: Neuroscience

College/Employer: Yale

Year of Graduation: 2021

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Brief Biographical Sketch:

Renee is a junior neuroscience major at Yale. Outside of class, she co-directs the Yale Hunger and Homelessness Action Project (YHHAP), does research in a neuroscience lab, volunteers at the hospital, and plays piano.



Past Classes

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S3914: Intro to Brains and Neuroscience! in Splash Fall 2019 (Nov. 16, 2019)
This course will be a basic introduction to the field of neuroscience! We will cover how the brain functions, parts of the brain and what they do, ways we study the brain, and weird things that can happen with brain damage.


S3740: Intro to Brains and Neuroscience! in Splash Spring 19 (Apr. 06, 2019)
This course will be a basic introduction to the field of neuroscience! We will cover how the brain functions, parts of the brain and what they do, ways we study the brain, and weird things that can happen with brain damage.


S3171: Music and Stress: A Neuroscience Perspective in Splash Spring 18 (Apr. 07, 2018)
After listening to music, we naturally feel our moods soar, but what is it about music that makes it so moving to us, and how can it affect our health? Can we harness its powers to address the issue of adolescent stress? Adolescents today are experiencing increased levels of stress, which makes the body more prone to disease. In this presentation, the relationship between music and the brain will be explored, and it will become clear why listening to music can be a method of stress reduction for adolescents. *note: if you have a pair of earphones, please bring them!