A medical revolution you can be part of

10 May 2016

If we can say that most doctors derive satisfaction from successfully treating their patients, Dr Simon Jiang is taking job satisfaction to the next level.

As a junior doctor, Dr Jiang was struck by the unfairness of children and young people enduring ineffective and toxic treatments for debilitating kidney and immune disorders, such as lupus.

Now, after completing his PhD at the John Curtin School of Medical Research (JCSMR) at ANU, his research is contributing to revolutionary advances in the treatment of lupus which could change the lives, not only of those young patients, but potentially tens of thousands more patients around the world.

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