Man was fearfully and wonderfully made. This human body is an album of secrets and mysteries. Its beyond the reach of human intellect to decipher the integrity and complexity of such molecular interactions. Though being microscopic, these interactions throw a spectrum of variations in the morphology, physiology, and behavior of humankind. The serenity of Master's creation is the cryptic variations of the architecture, designation, physiological specifications, and undisputed integrity of each cell in a same person. Doesn't that sound interesting? Being an instrument of understanding a fragment of the Master's marvellous paragon has always been my passion. Getting to know about these sub-microscopic, sub-cellular interactions that are expressed in form of variety of aspects of human life is interesting indeed. These invisible interactions and modifications with all their unseen magnificence are the master drivers of all forms of life on earth. Knowing to know how life exists as how it actually exists is all the fun about and is all that I aspire! Final year medical student interested to work on various genomic, proteomic and metabolomic alterations in oncogenesis, resulting onco-immune interactions and immune response and cell-stromal interactions on tumor progression. Currently, I am studying the role of bacterial stress response in the emergence and spread of antimicrobial resistance. I am motivated, hard-working, and flexible. Key skills include research, leadership, scientific writing and problem solving. To live is a precious gift and during this span, lets work towards a better world. And overall, desire is the big 'D'!