Liron is an Israeli physician from Tel Aviv. Liron didn't always know she wanted to be a doctor but she always knew her passion was to help people in need. At the age of 17, with the goal of assisting deprived people, she traveled to the slums of New Delhi, India, where she was one of the pioneers of The Peace Backpackers Project – an initiative that educates children about hygiene, first aid, and CPR, and which also works to change the negative image that Israeli backpackers have in India. During medical school, she traveled to Ethiopia to volunteer in an orphanage for HIV carriers. She worked closely with the children and also at the open clinic, providing medical care to villagers infected with HIV. Throughout medical school, she continued her volunteer efforts in Israel: working with Holocaust survivors, severely disabled children, organizing food collections, and developing education projects to aid underprivileged children. Liron leads worldwide psychiatric rescue operations of post-military Israeli backpackers who, due to psychotic events they’ve encountered while abroad, are unable to function properly and need to be located and transported to Israel for hospitalization. Liron’s dream is to make a change in the world, through her humanitarian work as well as her scientific research. On top of her clinical work as an OB/GYN physician, she is leading several scientific studies on fertility methods in the hopes of increasing infertile couples chances of conceiving, as well as decreasing the existence of genetic mutations, particularly with regards to those found in people of Jewish descent.