Luming Li, M.D., M.H.S. is currently the Chief Medical Officer for The Harris Center for Mental Health and IDD. As the Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Li is responsible for medical staff oversight and direct leadership of clinical quality and safety. Her primary goals professionally are to improve care for patients with severe psychiatric conditions. She actively practices in the outpatient and psychiatric emergency settings. Her research and educational interests focus on administrative psychiatry and leadership, quality and safety, and clinical service delivery. She has written more than 25 articles, book chapters, and peer-reviewed journal articles about delivering psychiatric services during the COVID-19 pandemic, quality improvement in health systems, psychiatric leadership, and caring for mentally ill individuals in complex systems of care. Dr. Li completed a 7-year B.A./M.D. program at Rutgers/Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, and residency training and a M.H.S. at Yale School of Medicine and Yale New Haven Hospital. She has also served on national committees within the American Psychiatric Association, including the Health Systems and Financing Committee (2017-2018), and Innovation Committee (2020-current). She was previous recipient of the APA’s Public Psychiatry Fellowship, the Health and Aging Policy Fellowship, and the American Political Science Association Congressional Fellowship. Prior to joining The Harris Center, Dr. Li served as the Medical Director of Quality Improvement of the Yale New Haven Psychiatric Hospital and the Medical Director of Clinical Operations at Yale New Haven Health System (2018-2021). She currently is a member for the Epic Behavioral Health Steering Board, and an executive board member for the American Association of Psychiatric Administrative Leaders. She has active faculty positions at Baylor School of Medicine, UTHealth Houston, and Yale School of Medicine.