As a child, Susan McConnell would spend hours watching wood rats carrying out their complex social lives in a woodpile. In this interview, she explains how her early interest in animal behavior formed the underpinnings of two passions in her life: understanding how neural circuits are assembled during development (which ultimately regulates animal behavior, and forms the main pursuit of her lab), and her love for wildlife photography, which she pursues around the globe.
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