Life Science Research Professional
Renee graduated from Purdue University in 2021 with a BS in Biochemistry. During her time as an undergraduate, she studied the role of the locus coeruleus norepinephrine system in detecting novel visual stimuli, as well as the role of the rostrolateral area in motion perception in mouse models. In the Tessier-Lavigne lab, she is currently working on uncovering mechanisms of plasticity in the adult mouse brain using iDISCO tissue clearing.
rtowers [at] stanford.edu
327 Campus Drive
Bass Biology R.303
Stanford, CA 94305