“It Was Clear I Had to Make the Change”: My Career Transition
Published on: Sep 25, 2020
Wendy Suzuki began her neuroscience career studying the hippocampus — specifically how patterns of electrical activity in the hippocampus allow us to form new long-term memories. Twenty years into her career, Suzuki switched her research focus to examine how exercise affects brain function, and how much and what kinds of exercise people need. Visit Neuronline to read this interview to learn about Suzuki’s journey and how your personal passions and curiosities factor into your career.