The master's degree in Biomedical Engineering allowed me to acquire basic and specific concepts related to healthcare, hospitals, and engineering. During the course, I had no idea how important these could be in my professional life and how much they could be applied in many areas, not only in the biomedical area. I had the opportunity to apply all these concepts in my professional life. This started in a company specialized in heat transfer, more specifically, in the development of isothermal systems for the Food, Pharmaceutical and Hospital areas. The master’s in biomedical engineering allowed me to acquire skills not developed before, such as the response to certain challenges imposed during the course and the development of soft skills (critical thinking, teamwork, communication, organization, among others). ESB is a second home for me. In 2013 I started my degree and since then I have always been linked to the institution. During my academic career I was involved in the student union, biotechnology days, praxis, and mentoring program. I must thank the ESB for giving me the opportunity to grow by participating in the most varied actions created by the university and the students, as well as the interpersonal relationship we established with the organization's professors and professionals. During all this, what I miss the most is being daily with the friends that college gave me, without having great responsibilities and worries, it's no wonder that the final year touches us in the way that everyone we've been through here knows. My post-master's career started in what I always wanted, in an industry. During my academic career, I never questioned pursuing research, let alone pursuing a PhD. However, after 2 years working in the industrial sector, I realized that what really made me happy was the research area, so today, I am doing a PhD at the institution that welcomed me so well.