Growing up, perhaps I wasn’t as imaginative as my friends who wanted to be astronauts or famous singers. I just couldn’t comprehend the idea of choosing one career that I would be destined to for rest of my life. I do vaguely remember deciding to be a doctor at the age of about 6 or 7, but not for long as I soon realised that I am not one for blood and gore. I often look back and wonder how I came to a decision to forge a career in science. I was always an inquisitive child, spending hours in the outdoors, observing life …