Adjunct Assistant Research Professor, Duke Kunshan University

 Chang Liu is the Managing Director for ACCESS Health Mainland China, Hong Kong, and Singapore. Dr.

Chang Liu is the author of annual Singapore health system update published by the Commonwealth Foundation and London School of Economics. He is an author of the Epilogue to Affordable Excellence, which documents the progress toward sustainable high quality healthcare in Singapore during 2013 and 2014. He also works with Dr. William Haseltine on the book A City for All Ages which documents Singapore’s aging planning process. He is involved in the designing and supervising ACCESS Health and aging related projects in Southeast Asia and Greater China.

In addition to his work with ACCESS Health, Chang Liu has adjunct appointment in the Chinese University of Hong Kong and Duke Kunshan University. Before that, Chang worked as an assistant professor in Health Services and Systems Research at Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School and the Center for Ageing and Education at Duke-NUS. He also participates in several projects on aging in Singapore, including large scale national surveys and intervention programs. He worked at the Center for Gerontology and Healthcare Research at Brown University, where he studied long term care and elder care policies in both the United States and China. He earned his PhD in Health Services Research (2013) from Brown University with a specialization in health economics. He was awarded the eXebs Friedrich J. Schoening International Scholarship and was named an eXebs Fellow during his exchange study at the European Business School, Germany. He also received a Master's degree in Finance (2009) from the Guanghua School of Management of Peking University, China.

Adjunct Associate Research Professor, Duke Kunshan University

Dr. Xiaoyun Liu is currently an associate professor in Health System Research and deputy director at Peking University China Center for Health deve

lopment Studies. His research interests focus on health system and health policy, especially in relation to health financing and health human resources in China and other developing countries. For about20 years, decade, Dr Liu has been working on research projects in the areas of health financing, health policy in China, Vietnam and India, funded by EU, DFID, WHO and other agencies. He obtained his first degree on public health in Shanghai Medical University in 1998, and then in 2003 completed his PhD on decentralization and health human resources from Fudan University, Shanghai. Dr. Liu worked as a lecturer on social medicine and health statistics in Fudan University from 2003 to 2006, and then a lecturer in health services research at Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine from 2006 to 2010, before joining Peking University in 2010.