Life of PI: The young woman who decided she could – and would – do science for a living
When she was a young graduate student in biotechnology, Luísa Vasconcelos decided to do neuroscience research for a living. She hasn’t stopped since. At the Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown, she studies the underpinnings of innate behavior.
Behavior allows us to study a problem at several levels, and this is attractive because, ultimately, it is rewarding to see the whole picture. – Luísa Vasconcelos
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