Liver disease affects up to a third of the world’s population and currently has no approved treatments! Irrespective of the underlying cause for liver disease, repeated injury to this vital organ leads to excessive wound healing response and fibrosis – or scarring of the liver. Therefore, my research aims to address the question – What are the core set of genes that drive fibrosis in the liver across all types of liver disease? Answer to this important question will enable us to develop new avenues for treatment and /or management of this disease, which is rapidly increasing in incidence globally. Follow me onTwitter.