I graduated from the Inter-Faculty Biotechnology Studies at the Warsaw University of Life Sciences in 2013. Working at the Maria Skłodowska-Curie Oncology Center and the Institute of Oncology, I was involved in research on methods of early detection of cancer cells in body fluids and then in molecular test of mechanisms of resistance of tuberculosis bacteria to anti-tuberculosis drugs at the Institute of Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases. The experience I gained encouraged me to search for fast, sensitive and repeatable methods of substance detection. Its initial effect was the defense of a master’s thesis in the field of Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy (SERS) in forensics (a project carried out in cooperation with the Central Forensic Laboratory of the Police in Warsaw). Later, I joined the research team working on developing the SERS platforms at the Institute of Physical Chemistry of the Polish Academy of Sciences. As an expert in detection and measurement methods, I came up with several improvements that increased their sensitivity, repeatability and overall performance. Moreover, I have deployed all the new products of SERSitive. This led me to become one of the co-founders of SERSitive and its Chief Technology Officer. For two years, I was running the whole company, and I was promoted to become the CEO of the SERSitive. As a CTO, I was responsible for data analysis, so to improve my skills, I started studying Data Science; I took on multiple courses and a boot camp. Now the product is on the market, and I am looking for new challenges. I would like to try my hand at Data Science, which interested me very much.