Charity

  Dr James Liu has years of experience in medical research, and has been awarded three times by international societies including the American Heart Association (AHA). Although he is no longer working in medicine, he is still passionate about medical research, particularly in pathogenesis and the treatment of human diseases. Consequently, James has decided to donate a large proportion of his business’s income to support young scientists conducting research in the following fields.

 

Cancer

Most types of cancer are untreatable in their late stages. In some cases, treatment may even accelerate death, and this is largely due to the mechanisms of cancer being unknown. In the past, Nobel Prizes have been awarded to scientists who claimed they had found the causes of cancer, however some of their theories have since been proven wrong. Therefore, we will support young scientists who dedicate their life to studying how cancer occurs and its effective treatments.

Heart Disease

We know much more about heart disease now than we did 30 years ago. The prevention and treatment of heart disease has significantly improved our lives. Nobel Prizes have been awarded twice to scientists who studied cholesterol. That cholesterol can cause heart disease has been well known for years, however cardiovascular disease is still the number one killer in this country. This suggests that there must be other factors involved, and so we will support young scientists who dedicate their time to researching new mechanisms and effective treatments of heart disease.  
 

Diabetes

There have been four Nobel Prizes awarded to scientists studying insulin. Today, Type I diabetes has been effectively treated with insulin. However, Type II diabetes has become increasingly common in today’s population. The mechanisms are unknown, and so we will support young scientists who dedicate their time to studying diabetes, and in particular the impact of the environment and food on the pathogenesis of Type II diabetes. 

Aging

It is well known that Australia has an aging population. With people hoping to live healthier for longer, we will support young scientists who dedicate their time to studying aging and the effect of metabolic and digestive system disorders on accelerating aging. 

Stem cell research

In 2012, a Nobel Prize was awarded to scientists who made a significant contribution to stem cell research. It seems that stem cell therapy is the future of treating many disease, particularly degenerative diseases. However, there is a long way to go before it can be introduced in clinical therapy. To encourage stem cell research, we will support young scientists who dedicate their time to study stem cells and the application of stem cell therapy in human degenerative diseases. 

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