Luming Li, MD

Chief Medical Officer, The Harris Center for Mental Health and IDD

2019 Fellow

Luming Li, MD, is Chief Medical Officer at The Harris Center for Mental Health and IDD. In this role, Luming is focused on the development of new clinical and operational initiatives that prioritize diversity and allow for engagement and collaboration within the community, and strengthening behavioral health services at this critical time when services are especially needed. Her clinical focus is on patients with severe psychiatric conditions which require complex systems of care. She has research and educational interests in healthcare policy, hospital management, clinical redesign, leadership development, operational efficiency, and quality improvement.

Previously, Luming was an Assistant Professor at the Yale School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry, and the Associate Medical Director of Quality Improvement of the Yale New Haven Psychiatric Hospital. She worked clinically as an inpatient psychiatrist at the transitional age and dual-diagnosis psychiatric/substance disorder units at the Yale New Haven Psychiatric Hospital, and also served as a consultant psychiatrist in the Nathan Smith Clinic for patients with HIV.

Dr. Li completed a 7-year B.A./M.D. program at Rutgers/Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, and residency training at the Yale School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry. She has also served on national committees within the American Psychiatric Association (APA), including the Health Systems and Financing Committee (2017-2018), and was an APA Public Psychiatry Fellowship recipient.

Capstone Conversation - Mental Health and Older Adults: Important Concerns and Future Directions

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Suicide Research Team at the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)