I just kind of knew that I wanted to come to the U.S. to do science, because I did feel that, also as a woman, and also the British sort of system was such that you had to be kind of much more into it, and in Australia I felt much more constrained. And so this was definitely — the possibilities, both as a person, even apart from my personal life, fortunately it did coincide — but it was very much a situation where I could see the U.S. would be the place to be doing science. So it was just a wonderful opportunity. I had the great good fortune of being able to do research at Yale first, as a postdoctoral fellow, and then to go to the University of California at Berkeley for 12 years. What a gift to be given a laboratory and to be told, “Look, you can do research!” What a wonderful thing to be having that opportunity.