GTA Foundation

Henry Palaszczuk Hon Heinrich

Position: founder and chairman of GTA foundation.

Main responsibilities: be responsible for the overall planning of GTA project and major affairs decision-making of the foundation.

Historical achievements: Australia's famous statesman, with a great influence in politics and business, he has held many important positions in Queensland government.

In 1998, was the Minister of health of Queensland;

In 2005, was Minister of natural resources and mining of Queensland;

In 1998, was Minister of industry of Queensland;

In 1992, was a member of the Queensland Parliament (acting governor);

In 1984, was a member of the Queensland Parliament;

Edvard Moser

Position: GTA foundation scientist consultant.

Main responsibilities: responsible for the research and application of genetic science.

Historical achievements: Nobel Prize winner in physiology or medicine; Norwegian psychologist and biological neurocytologist; Founding director, Institute of systems neuroscience and center for memory biology, Norwegian University of science and technology.

In 2018,  was awarded the medal of Royal Norway st Olaf;

In 2014,  won the Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine;

In 2013,  won the Louisa Grosse Horwitz award from Columbia University;

In 2012,  won the Perl uncneuroscience award;

In 2011, was elected academician of the European Academy of Sciences;

George Fitzgerald Smoot III

Position: GTA foundation scientist consultant.

Main responsibilities: responsible for the application technology of gene data analysis and calculation.

Historical achievements: Nobel Prize winner in physics; Einstein medal winner; known as the "Father of Cosmoembryology"; Professor of physics, University of California, Berkeley, USA.

In 2006 shared the Nobel Prize in physics and the Gruber prize with John Matherine

In 2003Awarded the Einstein Medal

In 2002won the medal of Francois College of France

In 1994won gold plate award from American Academy of academic achievement

In 1991, won NASA's outstanding scientific achievement award

GTA Australian community

Vincent

Position: CEO of GTA Australia community (concurrently Secretary General of GTA Foundation).

Main responsibilities: responsible for the overall operation of Australian community.

Historical achievements: Bachelor of Finance in Australia awarded the title of "Justice of the Peace" by the Australian government tourism, health and other industries. He has more than 15 years of professional manager work experience, with excellent enterprises management ability.

In 2018, was one of the founders of QLM Australia Group and served as CEO;

In 2015, served as CEO of SYMX Development in Australia;

In 2012, was the manager of OZCO industry, Australia;

In 2011, was the manager of Hebao Aus Pty Ltd;

In 2004, was the manager of Gold Mart Travel, Australia;

David Cronin

Position: medical expert consultant for Australian community  (also medical expert consultant for GTA foundation ).

Main responsibilities: responsible for integrating the resources of comprehensive health industry and providing high-quality health services for global users.

Historical achievements: Bachelor of medicine, has won the Queensland open scholarship, medical scholarship, Australian Otolaryngology, head and neck surgery association medal, outstanding expert contribution medal, engaged in medical research for more than 50 years, enjoys a high reputation in the Australian medical community.

In 2019, served as vice president of Australia QLM International Anti Aging Center;

In 2008, was Professor, School of Health Sciences, Bond University;


Michael Carlyle Gordon

Position: Australian community medical expert consultant (also GTA foundation medical expert consultant).

Main responsibilities: responsible for the research on the wide application of genetic science in medical field.

Historical achievements: a famous Australian medical expert, who has won the national outstanding expert contribution award, he has been engaged in medical research for more than 50 years  with high reputation in the Australian medical community.

In 2015, served as the president of Queensland Committee of surgeons and obstetricians and Gynaecologists;

In 1990, served as the president of Yipu Sriche public hospital;

In 1978, was expert consultant of St. Andrews hospital;

In 1977, was awarded the title of academician of Royal College of surgery;

In 1974, was awarded the title of academician of Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Australia and New Zealand;