Li-Li Hsiao, MD, PhD (Senior Advisor)
Dr. Hsiao received her MD, PhD from Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia. She completed her Nephrology training in Harvard Medical School (HMS). She is currently a faculty and the Director of "Asian Renal Clinic"; the founder and Director of "Center for Kidney Innovation & Care"; the creator of Kidney Disease Screening and Awareness Program (KDSAP) at Harvard College, where she has served as the official advisor. Currently, she is the co-program associate director of Harvard Summer Research Program in Kidney Medicine.
Dr. Hsiao has written many articles and chapters. One of her work was published in journal of Circulation in 2012 and being ranked at the top 1% in the academic field of Clinical Medicine. Dr. Hsiao has received numerous awards for her outstanding clinical work, teaching and mentoring including the prestigious Harvard Clifford Barger Young Excellent Mentoring Award, The Dean's Community Service Award.
Dr. Hsiao served as a member of various committees including the admission committee at HMS, planning program committee of National Kidney Foundation; Chinese American Society of Nephrology; the Postgraduate education committee of American Society of Nephrology (ASN). She later served as a member of the board of advisors of ASN. She was Co-Chair for the "Professional Development Seminar" course during the ASN annual meeting for many years, she was a Councilor of Women In Nephrology (WIN) and the president of WIN; currently she serves as a Senior Advisor of WIN. She has also served in the Education working group of the International Society of Nephrology (ISN); she is also the inaugural editor for Web-based learning program of ISN.