Ms. Jie ZHENG was born in Wenzhou, China in 1992. She received her bachelor’s in Finance, Accounting and Management from the University of Nottingham in 2014 and master’s in International Health Policy and Economics in London School of Economics (LSE) in 2016. For her postgraduate thesis, she worked on the comparison of long-term care system between China and U.K. and participated the work of World Alzheimer Report 2016 in Personal Social Service Research Unit, LSE. After that, she served Merck Group in France as a business analyst. Her main interest is to bridge scientific outcome and social value under overall health care system for the elderly. She believes the success of early biomarker-based diagnostics and transfer from the lab to the society will make the final years of future generations more prepared, less depressed and higher quality.