Isabelle (Youngkyoung) Kwon is an undergraduate student at the University of Guelph who is completing her B.Sc. in Bio-medical Sciences, with a minor in Neuroscience. Isabelle also has a background in avian behaviour and training, as she is a lead raptor trainer at Wild Ontario, a wildlife education program based at the university. She joined Dr. Harlander's team in October 2015 as a part-time research assistant, later accepting full-time positions during summers, and becoming the recipient of an NSERC USRA. She has helped Bishwo Pokharel (PhD candidate) study the impact of diet-induced fatty liver hemorrhagic syndrome on behavioural flexibility in laying hens. She primarily helps graduate students with the animal training components of their experiments, such as the use of a go/no-go test in an operant conditioning chamber to measure impulsivity. Recently, she took on a fourth-year undergraduate research project to investigate patterns of caecal motility in lines of hens divergently selected for feather-pecking behaviour.