What I Love Most
As I sit in my Human Anatomy and Physiology class, I was blown out of my mind when my professor had monotonously described how the phospholipid bilayer of a eukaryotic cell functions. The simplicity of a part of a human cell had quite the impact on continuing the life of a person. I love expanding my intellectual horizons regarding biology. When I fruitfully finished the classes for Human Anatomy and Physiology, I decided to change my major from Nursing to Molecular and Cellular Biology due to my enthusiasm and desire to learn more about biology.
With this pursuit of knowledge regarding biological process of the body and other organisms, I can change the world by pursuing a research-centered career. With a research-centered career, I want to acquire the details mainly about eukaryotic cells. There is an ongoing research of figuring out the components to keep a eukaryotic cell healthy and growing with the minimum amount of solutes. There are also other research to learn about surface proteins on the human cell’s membrane and nucleus, because there are many more of those surface proteins we have not identified. With the new discoveries of these proteins, medicines and drugs could be made more efficient, and these drugs could be beneficial to currently incurable diseases. When I get to continue to doing what I love the most, I can become a part of that discovery to have a change in the world.