Ginkgo is an enthusiastic and collaborative young researcher. Her research questions focus first on Baltimore’s squirrels (Sciurus carolinensis), asking such pertinent questions as: who are they? Why are they here? What do they do? How can they be caught? How do they disappear when they get to a tree? She is also exploring the psychology of impulse control, namely how it can be overridden by olfactory and other sensory cues with remarkable ease.