Brittany Hong

Brittany is a senior at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) studying Neuroscience and Art History. She is passionate about integrating the art of empathy with the study of how the human brain and body works in order to increase avenues for people to receive the best care possible both physically and emotionally. Brittany is also the program coordinator for AAMS’s UCLA program that will take place this upcoming summer. At school, she is heavily involved with the cultural sphere on her campus, through her involvement in Korean Culture Night, where she works with over a hundred peers to put together an annual production that works to spread awareness of Korean culture. She is also a research assistant for the Semel Neuroscience and Human Behavior lab that focuses on developing different treatments for children with OCD, tics, and other anxiety disorders. Outside of school, she works as a medical scribe at Santa Monica Family Physicians. Brittany volunteers as a crisis counselor at the Crisis Text Line and also serves at her church and campus ministry at UCLA.


University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)



Minor: Art History