Arturo Andrade is an assistant professor of neurobiology in the Department of Biological Sciences at the University of New Hampshire. He teaches introductory and advanced courses in neuroscience and his research focuses on the neurobiology of pain and anxiety. Relatively new to UNH, Dr. Andrade first met Zach when his lab was still full of unpacked boxes. He mentored many students at his previous institution, Brown University, but Zach and Sumeet were his first mentees at UNH. Dr. Andrade admires the persistence that Zach and Sumeet demonstrated despite setbacks during their research. He points out that “their resilience to frustration will absolutely make them successful professionals.” Dr. Andrade feels that writing for Inquiry’s audience is very beneficial for students in scientific fields, as there is always a need to be able to explain their complicated work to those without the same technical knowledge.