To me, Pharmaceutical Researchers are the competent individuals with an attitude that can impact patients’ lives and make a significant change for generations to come. They are the ones holding all knowledge and skill to provide effective, safe, and pharmacoeconomic use of medication, to achieve a definite outcome, and promote the quality of life. This is what I aspire to be. I want to inspire hope to those who need it, to put my utmost effort in being a scientist aiming to understand how to combat diseases which have baffled science; and to become a competent pharmaceutical care provider achieving excellence through research and discovery. This has been my aim and resolution since the beginning of my undergraduate degree. The College of Pharmacy helped direct my ambitions and forge a path for my desire to someday be achieved. In the University of Sharjah, I was able to participate in different research projects in the Sharjah Institute of Medical Research (SIMR), where I was taught the fundamentals of research and technology in the field of targeted drug delivery and oncological therapy. There, I learned how to effectively apply for several research grants and proposals from international pharmaceutical companies such as Boehringer Ingelheim and LABCO Limited. This would not have been possible without learning essential skills through the undergraduate courses – “Listening” and “Communication”. Relaying the project to the community is the keystone for the idea reaching the market. Thus, I immersed myself in oral and poster presentations, in national and international conferences. I was honoured to receive multiple first-place awards which further enhanced my experience in selling my ideas to the public. Social relationships were also of great significance as they nurture more productive and organized teams. Accordingly, I volunteered in multiple events and conferences to enhance my social status, improve my ability to work within a team, and emphasize on helping both the student and the wider community. I found a lot of self-satisfaction from these experiences. However, none have been as rewarding as the trust my professors have portrayed. I was humbled to receive The Student Role Model Award for 2 consecutive years. Their trust and integrity motivated me alongside my relentless passion into attaining the highest marks. This was reflected in my academic standing were I graduated with cGPA of 4.0 earning the title of first class honours and first of the batch of 2019/2020. Today, I hold the dream of becoming a professor entrusted with the skill of inspiring the hearts, enlightening the minds, and holding the hands of future generations. My goal is to specialise in targeted drug delivery, and to pass on my knowledge to succeeding generations, promoting their successful development and growth. I will always hold the College of Pharmacy to heart and soul as nothing I have achieved would have been possible without their continuous motivation and support.