My PhD revolves around unraveling complex protein signaling networks to enhance crop productivity, with a specific focus on investigating the shade avoidance syndrome in Arabidopsis thaliana. My thesis, 'Elucidating the Arabidopsis phytochrome A shade-signaling mechanism,' utilizes genetic plant materials and synthetic tools to delve into this phenomenon. By employing these tools, I have been able to precisely quantify and track the diurnal dynamics of phyA protein under varying light conditions. This exploration has revealed fascinating insights into the interplay between circadian rhythms and photoreceptors. Complementing this, I have a MSc in Biobusiness from the University of Aberdeen, gaining experience in project innovation and intellectual property protection, particularly within the realm of drug development.