Dr. Lili Song is senior lecturer of neurology in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of New South Wales, and is the Head of Stroke Program, senior research fellow at The George Institute for Global Health (TGI) at Peking University Health Science Center (TGI China).
She has been a neurologist for 15 years and has clinical research experience for 7 years. She has worked in several TGI stroke clinical trials (ENCHANTED, INTERACT series, SAVE, HeadPost, TRIDENT, BEYOND 7, etc), with Professor Craig Anderson, providing academic input as well as day-to-day operational direction. Currently, she manages several large scale multicentre trials - INTERACT3, INTERACT4, TRIDENT CHINA and ENCHANTED2 - as the main research fellow and global project lead. She is a reviewer for Cerebrovascular Diseases and Stroke (ASA/AHA). She has been selected one of 2018 Emerging Leaders and get funded with her teammates by World Heart Foundation (WHF).