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February 25, 2021

Dr. Raymond Leung, a Hong Kong Technology and Business Leader, joins the Advisory Board of AURORA Healthcare U.S. Corp

AURORA Healthcare U.S. Corp. is pleased to announce that Dr. Raymond Leung, a Hong Kong technology and business Leader, will join Aurora’s Advisory Board to apply his expertise to Aurora’s mission of advancing breast cancer screening and diagnosis through its breast MRI technology worldwide.

According to the CEO of AURORA, Ms. Olivia Ho-Cheng, “I want to enthusiastically welcome Raymond to be a part of the AURORA family! Indeed, adding Raymond Leung to our Advisory Board is adding strength to strength. Raymond has a great reputation as a technologist and entrepreneurial leader in China’s Greater Bay Area. Beyond that, he has demonstrated a deep concern for the wellbeing of humanity.  
As AURORA’s primary mission is to improve screening and diagnostic imaging in the global fight against breast cancer, Raymond’s commitment to join our Advisory Board can only be described as “God sent!” “

Dr. Raymond Leung received his engineering doctorate (EngD) from the City University of Hong Kong. He is the Founder, Chairman, and Chief Executive Officer of Altai Technologies Limited, which is a privately held high technology company focused on the design, development, and marketing of innovative outdoor wireless broadband solutions. The company is headquartered in Hong Kong with branches in Shenzhen, and Malaysia.    
Dr. Leung also served as the Executive Vice President of Japan’s TDK Corporation, the first non-Japanese officer appointed to the position in its 85-year history. With his innovative thinking and business acumen, Dr. Leung created the company’s 2 most profitable business units and helped TDK to become the world's largest independent supplier of magnetic recording heads for hard disk drives and the world’s leading lithium polymer battery solution provider.

Dr. Leung is a council member of the City University of Hong Kong and was a council member of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. He was also an economic advisor for a number of cities in China and for the state of North Dakota in the United States.  Dr. Leung served as a member of the 12th Dongguan Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference. In the philanthropic arena, Raymond is the co-founder and Chairman of the One Laptop Per Child Asia Pacific Chapter.  Dr. Leung serves as board member of Give2Asia U.S. and Chairman of Give2Asia Hong Kong which provides a broad platform for improving the quality of life of children in low-income areas in Asia.  Dr. Leung has mentored more than 1,000 young graduate students over last 25 years; a number of whom have gone on to become leaders in their own right in advanced technology sectors in Hong Kong and China. 

“I am honored to be invited to be a member of AURORA’s advisory board,” said Dr. Leung. “Breast cancer is one of the top killers of Chinese women in particular, and women globally. Therefore, to be able to contribute to the fight against this disease by helping Aurora advance its vision for inexpensive, AI-assisted breast MRI screening and diagnosis is a calling that I felt deeply to be a part of!” 

Aurora Healthcare US Corp. (“Aurora”), a privately-held company based in Massachusetts, manufactures the only MRI system dedicated to breast imaging for screening and diagnostic indications. The integration of Aurora’s multiple innovations in hardware and software result in MRI studies with higher resolution and fewer artifacts and anatomic distortions that typical general-use MRI. The Aurora Breast Clinic (ABC) embeds Aurora’s technological leadership at the core of a comprehensive diagnostic and survivorship care system. Building on its US foundation and after recent China FDA clearance, Aurora is expanding into China from its base of operations in Chengdu, Sichuan, where it has already introduced that first mobile breast MRI screening clinic in China.  

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