Hello, my name is Nadav Amdursky. My academic journey started in Tel Aviv University, where I was studying for my undergrad degree (B.Sc) in Biotechnology. I continued in Tel Aviv for my PhD studies in an intriguing collaboration between Biology (Prof. Ehud Gazit) and Electrical Engineering (Prof. Gil Rosenman), working on the optoelectronic properties of peptide structures. After acquiring my PhD I’ve joined the groups of Prof. David Cahen and Prof. Mudi Sheves in Weizmann Institute for my first post-doc, working on electron transport across proteins. At my second post-doc I’ve joined the group of Prof. Molly Stevens from Imperial College London to work on charge conduction across biological scaffolds. Even though my education was in Biology, the warm academic family of the Schulich Faculty of Chemistry in the Technion has decided to embrace me and from 2016 I’m a member in the Faculty. I have to thank my colleagues for tolerate my ignorance in organic chemistry, but in the same time I believe that I was able to insert new and exciting multidisciplinary research to the Faculty.