Jacqueline Muscat is a second year Doctor of Pharmacy candidate with research experience in retrospective studies of antidepressant pharmacogenetics in patients with neurodevelopmental disorders. In completing the Precision Health Graduate Certificate Program and her PharmD degree, her hope is to pursue a career in healthcare leadership where she can work to incorporate personalized medicine into a greater health system. As a pharmacy technician and intern working at Walgreens Pharmacy, she learned the importance of patient care. In her PharmD Investigation work, she identified the concrete importance of engaging in studies that identify pharmacogenetic trends in a variety of subpopulations. Her experience participating in studies like this will allow her to pursue and implement strategies that utilize pharmacogenetic evaluations when identifying treatment strategies for patients. She wants to be part of revolutionizing the healthcare field: making it more efficient, cost-effective, and beneficial to patients. After receiving her PharmD, she intends to work with a hospital system, pharmaceutical company, insurance group, or the Food and Drug Administration with the hope to have a significant impact on the health of individuals throughout the United States. She believes that encouraging organizations to adopt precision health ideologies and techniques will change healthcare for the better.