Lisa Qu

Lisa Qu is a PhD candidate in Northwestern University's Interdepartmental Neuroscience Program. She holds a BA in Behavioral Biology from Johns Hopkins University, and is currently a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow. She is also the Student Life Chair for the Chicago Graduate Student Association. Outside of the lab, her interests include cooking, sour candy, interesting beers, and exploring Chicago's restaurant scene.

Content by Lisa Qu

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Algae isn’t just the green goo in your fish tank.

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Do you ever wish you could just sleep all winter and wake up once warmer temperatures have returned?

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I never opened a computer programming software until my first year of graduate school.

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Working with complex information is part of the scientific process and can lead to valuable findings and new directions of research.

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For many of us, cooking at home has always taken an experimental twist.

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You may notice that dogs are constantly sniffing – the ground, your food, another dog’s butt. We’ve grown accustomed to these kinds of behaviors from our furry friends.