Li-Li Hsiao, MD, PhD (蕭俐俐博士)

Assistant Professor
Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Harvard Medical School




Dr. Hsiao received her M.D. Ph.D. from Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia. She then entered the MGH/BWH Nephrology training program at Harvard Medical School (HMS). She is the Director of Asian Renal Clinic at BWH; the co-program director and Co-PI of Harvard Summer Research Program in Kidney Medicine. She is recently appointed as the Director of Global Kidney Health Innovation Center. Dr Hsiao’s areas of research include cardiovascular complications in patients with chronic kidney disease; one of her work published in Circulation in 2012 has been ranked at the top 1% most cited article in the Clinical Medicine since 2013. Dr. Hsiao has received numerous awards for her outstanding clinical work, teaching and mentoring of students including Starfish Award recognizing her effective clinical care, and the prestigious Clifford Barger Mentor Award at HMS. Dr. Hsiao is the founder of Kidney Disease Screening and Awareness Program (KDSAP) at Harvard College where she has served as the official advisor. KDSAP has expanded beyond Harvard campus. Dr. Hsiao served in the admission committee of HMS; a committee member of Post Graduate Education and the board of advisor of American Society of Nephrology (ASN). She was Co-Chair for the “Professional Development Seminar” course during the ASN week, and currently, she is the past-president of WIN (Women In Neprology).