Oct 11, 2021
Dr. Yung Lie is the President and CEO of the Damon Runyon Cancer Research Foundation, an organization that supports the next generation of leaders in cancer prevention, diagnosis, and treatment. She is an experienced scientist, an advocate for cancer research, and an executive board member for The Chemical Probes Portal and Health Research Alliance.
Dr. Lie began her professional journey with a degree in molecular and cellular biology from the University of California, Berkeley. After earning her PhD in biological sciences from Stanford University, her passion and the thrill of discovery led her to pursue postdoctoral training at The Rockefeller University and the University of California, San Francisco.
How can you give younger generations the opportunity to succeed in their careers? When there are numerous variables for professional success, what are the tools and resources necessary for unlimited progress?
Dr. Yung Lie is passionate about providing the next generation with the opportunities they need to grow and succeed — and she accomplishes this by bringing together great minds in her field. Her cancer research foundation instills a sense of camaraderie and mentorship in the medical community. Through her leadership, Dr. Lie promotes great relationships in order to help scientists grow professionally and provide future generations with the tools for success.
In this episode of Level Up, Nick Araco is joined by Dr. Yung Lie, the President and CEO of the Damon Runyon Cancer Research Foundation. Together, they talk about creating an information-driven workplace for future generations, how to make a more significant impact in your field, and the value of surrounding yourself with a team that is dedicated to a common goal. Dr. Lie also talks about the importance of collaboration in order to achieve breakthrough ideas.