I was initially drawn toward the field when I visited the hospital with my mother. She had her ultrasound scan and this was an interesting eye-opening experience. I was curious as to how the cold gel on the skin aided in the body imaging process. I then tried to research about the topic, and I found that the image was formed by sending ultrasound wave into the body using a transducer. Some of the ultrasound reflected when it hits a boundary between tissue with different acoustic impedance, the transducer detects these reflected ultrasounds and the time takes for the ‘echo’ to come back is sent to the computer to generate an image of inside the body, and the cold gel used is a coupling material that used to match the acoustic impedance between the air and the skin. Nevertheless, the answer I found was not complete, there is still more that I want to learn about. After seeking for advice from my teacher, he introduced me Medical Physics, which I can learn more about the physic about the human body, and how physic concepts can be applied to medicine and healthcare. This act made me wonder as to how the human body would react in the case of anomaly. It might sound cliché, but I really want to help the people suffering from terminal illness. I want to improve their quality of life and develop methods for them to tackle the ailments. This is the reason for me to want to pursue the study.