In January 2020, an article titled “Associations of Patient Mood, Modulators of Quality of Life, and Pharmaceuticals with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Survival Duration” was published in the Behavioral Sciences journal. Leila Bond, one of our hardworking undergrads, is the first author of this paper, which marks her third first-author publication. This is an impressive accomplishment for an undergrad, and all of us in the lab are extremely proud of her. This paper is about the association between the modulators of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) patients’ quality of life and their survival duration. It has received recognition from the amount of “hits” that it has received since publication, meaning that it has been read many times in this short period. We are proud of Leila’s previous achievements and are excited to see the amazing things that she will surely be a part of in her future.