I am Dr. Timz Buzder, mother of two girls. When I was sixteen, I read at a lecture in high school that I wanted to engage in embryology. I graduated from the University of Debrecen with a degree in genetics and received a doctorate in molecular cell biology. For me, an embryologist’s career is not a job, but a profession. Our only goal directs us to our fertility center, so that everyone who enters our door at the end will be happy, satisfied, the baby in the tummy. To this end, we and our colleagues think and act in unison. In this chain, the assistant doctor-embryologist, I play the most joyful role in helping the miracle of conception. This gives me constant motivation that embryo care will very soon lead to a positive result, which is the beginning of a new life.