Saw qualified from Myanmar (Burma) in 2012 and joined the National Health Service (NHS) in October, 2018. He is currently working as a neurology research fellow in University Hospital of Wales.
Saw aims to maximize the synergy of multidisciplinary (MDT) care and promote research opportunities across Wales for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD) patients, which is a debilitating rare genetic disorder affecting muscles. There is no current cure for DMD. So, innovative research and robust MDT care are vital in fighting this life-threatening and life-limiting disease.
“I want to be a part of something meaningful that I can look back and be proud of, and think being a Bevan Fellow is the perfect opportunity for that. Through this unique platform, I hope to connect with like-minded people and experienced leaders in the field to gain more insights and deepen my knowledge.”