Watch Tori Randall, Ph.D., curator at the San Diego Museum of Man, share how her work involves creating exhibits and caring for and researching the items with in them. She knew that she wanted to be a biological anthropologist when taking a college class on the subject she held a tool that was 2 million years old and created by Homo Erectus. Right after that class, she ran to a pay phone and told her mom she had found her career. She advises girls to think about a career in paleopathology because there is always new information to uncover with each new analytical technique. With each advance in technology, there are new ways to unlock the stories from our past.