I studied Pharmacy at the Arab International University (AIU) and graduated with a very good GPA with the first graduating class (Aljalaa Class) in summer, 2010. After graduation, I worked for a few months in the Quality Control Department in Alfares Pharmaceuticals. During this time, with the support of AIU, I communicated with the Free University of Berlin and and was accepted as a PhD student at the department of Pharmaceutical Technology. At the end of 2010, I travelled to Germany, and a new chapter in my life has started. I received a diploma degree from Martin Luther University in Halle under the supervision of my Professor from the Free University of Berlin with coordination from the AIU. After that, I decided to get into the job market to gain experience along with completing my PhD research. I applied for a job at PHAST Quality Standards and began to work there in 2012. The contract of employment stated that I could split my time between the PhD research and the work in the quality control laboratories. After a while, I decided, for some personal reasons, to concentrate on my work and self-development in the field of pharmaceutical quality control over following-up my doctoral dissertation. By this time I have successfully published two review articles in peer-reviewed journals At the end of 2015, I became a team leader in th quality control. By 2017, I have worked for about five years in this company and I aspire to the best in the pharmaceutical industry.