New Orleans, Louisiana, United States
Longsha Liu, from New Orleans, Louisiana, is pursuing an MD at Stanford School of Medicine. He graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Cornell University with a bachelor’s degree in neurobiology and a minor in business for the life sciences. Liu plans to become a physician innovator who enhances patient care through technology and research-driven approaches. At Cornell, he co-founded and led Cornell Biomedical Device, an engineering team designing solutions for medical challenges. Since graduating, he has worked as a SENS Research Fellow at Harvard Medical School, focusing on novel glioblastoma therapeutic design via gut microbiome modulations. Moreover, he is co-founder and CEO of Vita Innovations, a MedTech startup advancing emergency medicine with patient monitoring solutions for early clinical deterioration detection and telemedicine applications. Liu is a Clinton Global Initiative Fellow, Cornell Hunter Rawlings Presidential Research Scholar, and recipient of Cornell’s 2021 Student Business of the Year and Verizon-CGIU Social Innovation Awards.