Asian Liver Center
The Stanford Center at Peking University was formally established on March 21, 2012 as a way to expand Stanfordís teaching and research opportunities in China. By building the center at Peking University, Stanford faculty and students are able to tap into a wealth of resources, allowing them to pursue fieldwork and internships in various subject areas.

Like the Asian Liver Center at Stanford University, the Asian Liver Center at Peking University (Peking ALC) aims to carry out public projects that will fight against hepatitis B transmission, lack of awareness, and misconceptions. These projects are rooted in the C.A.R.E. approach:
Collaboration: Since launching operations in China, Peking ALC has forged relationships at the local, national, and global levels. By working with various organizations, the Asian Liver Center can establish unifying connections that will fight for the eradication of hepatitis B. Read More.

Advocacy: Peking ALC aims to gather support and implement policies that can reduce the number of hepatitis B carriers as well as increase prevention methods in the public. Read More.

Raising Awareness and Communications: Peking ALC creates projects and carries out events that raise awareness in the public as well as on school campuses. By working with many universities in Beijing, Peking ALC promotes youth awareness and fosters a community among students. Read More.

Education: Through public events and lectures, Peking ALC hopes to inform people about the dangers of hepatitis B, eliminate misconceptions, increase preventative methods in the public, and challenge discriminations against hepatitis B carriers. Read More.
Picture credits to Kerun Ip for the two photos on this page!

Through cooperation with partnering organizations and through the meticulous planning of passionate students, Peking ALC will improve local ties and facilitate outreach in the community. Learn more about the Stanford Center at Peking University

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