Dr Liou graduated with honours from the University of New South Wales and subsequently completed a Master degree in Public Health with Merit at the University of Sydney. He was a joint National Health Medical Research Council (NHMRC) and Australian National Heart Foundation postgraduate research fellow and holds in PhD in advanced coronary diagnostics, specialised echocardiography and coronary inflammation. Dr Liou’s research focuses on improving patient care and outcome, and has led to the publication of multiple scientific papers in peer-reviewed journals and presentations at various national and international conferences.
Dr Liou undertook his Interventional Cardiology Training at the prestigious Papworth Hospital in Cambridge, United Kingdom, before returning to the Prince of Wales Hospital, Sydney, where he spent a further 12 months mastering various advanced interventional skills. His internal medicine and advanced cardiology training at the Prince of Wales, St George, and Sutherland Hospital has taught him the value of good communication and allowed him to develop into a mature, holistic and patient-centric cardiologist and physician.
Dr Liou has an expertise in the management of chest pain and coronary artery disease, cardiovascular disease prevention, palpitation and heart rhythm disturbance, pre-surgery cardiac risk optimisation, valvular heart disease, and heart failure management. He has an academic appointment with the University of New South Wales where he routinely engages in the education of students and junior doctors. He also has clinical appointments at the Prince of Wales Public and Private Hospitals as well as the Eastern Heart Clinic in the eastern suburb of Sydney.