Adam Li received his B.S. degrees in Bioengineering and Mathematics-Applied Sciences from University of California, San Diego (go Tritons!) in 2015. He is now a Ph.D. candidate in Biomedical Engineering at Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore MD. His research interests include epilepsy seizure localization, networked dynamical systems, and machine learning for neuroscience and healthcare. In 2016, he won the national Intel Cornell Cup design competition with a team from JHU. In 2017, he received the NSF-GRFP, Whitaker Fellowship, and the Chateaubriand Fellowship. From 2017-2018, he spent a year in Marseille France with the Theoretical Neurosciences Group learning about computational modeling with The Virtual Brain. During graduate school, Adam is also interested in a variety of different activities. He hosts medical engineering events through the Hopkins Engineering Medicine Exchange. He is involved in developing an AAPI non-profit, AAMPLFIY, in San Francisco for training high school AAPI students in leadership and advocacy.
His future ambitions include starting his own company in healthcare/medical technology. In his spare time, he enjoys breakdancing, photography and going to the gym.