Roian Egnor is a Fellow at Janelia where she studies the neural basis of vocal behavior in mice. She received her AB from Bryn Mawr College in 1990 and her PhD in Integrative Neurobiology from Caltech in 2000. At Caltech she worked in the lab of Dr. Mark Konishi on the neural basis of sound localization in the barn owl. After doing postdoctoral training at UCLA, Harvard, and the Marine Biological Lab, Roian moved to the Janelia Research Campus in 2008. Roian has a long-standing interest in animal behavior and has worked with harbor seals, great horned owls, leopard frogs, rats, dolphins, Hawaiian monk seals, barn owls, American bullfrogs, cotton-topped tamarins, common marmosets, and now mice.