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University of Toronto
Mingyuan Li
McMaster University
Ming Li | HBSc (UToronto), MSc ehealth (McMaster)
Hi there, I'm Ming Li. I’m an ehealth professional cross-trained in research, healthcare, computing, and business trying to help make our healthcare better.
Mingyuan Li, Ming Li, ehealth, health informatics, health, innovation
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eHealth Ontario

Jr Systems Architect
Architecture and Standards Division, eHealth Ontario

May 2017 – Dec 2017

Enterprise Integration & Solutions Architecture Team: Projects aimed to design and deliver integrated electronic health information systems to care settings across Ontario.


Health Informatics

Data Analytics0%
Data Visualization0%
Data Virtualization and Federation0%


Project Management
Change Management


  • Web Full Stack Development

  • Smartphone App Development

  • Desktop Software Development

Transferable Skills

Problem Solving0%
Critical Thinking0%


Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada

Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) USRA Fellow
Kronzucker Lab, University of Toronto

Feb 2011-Apr 2013

Projects aimed to develop salt-tolerant strains of rice to increase our food supply in combating world hunger.


  1. Coskun, D., Britto, D.T., Li, M., Becker, A., Kronzucker, H.J. (2013). Rapid ammonia gas transport accounts for futile transmembrane cycling under NH3/NH4+ toxicity in plant roots. Plant Physiology 163, 1859-1867. [Pubmed]
  2. Coskun, D., Britto, D.T., Li, M., Oh, S., Kronzucker, H.J. (2013). Capacity and plasticity of K+ channels and high-affinity transporters in roots of barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) and Arabidopsis thaliana L. Plant Physiology 162, 496-511. [Pubmed]
  3. Schulze, L.M., Britto, D.T., Li, M., Kronzucker, H.J. (2012). A pharmacological analysis of high-affinity sodium transport in barley (Hordeum vulgare L.): A 24Na+/42K+ study. Journal of Experimental Botany 63, 2479-2489. [Pubmed]

Research / Healthcare

The Hospital for Sick Children
Canadian Institutes of Health Research

Student Cystic Fibrosis Research
Gonska Lab, The Hospital for Sick Children

May 2013 – Feb 2015
May 2012 – Aug 2012

Several projects aimed to investigate membrane transport characteristics of soluble carriers in modifying the cystic fibrosis disease and to identify novel therapeutic targets for cystic fibrosis.


Most recent publication: Augmentation of CFTR function in human bronchial epithelial cells via SLC6A14-dependent amino acid uptake: Implications for treatment of Cystic Fibrosis


Journal Publications


Formal Presentations


Google Scholar Citations


The Scarborough Hospital

Volunteer General Patient Assistant
Scarborough General Hospital

Feb 2011 – Apr 2013
(excludes summer 2012)

Supported patients at various clinical settings in the hospital.


Biology Students' Association at UTSC

IT Specialist
Biology Students’ Association, University of Toronto at Scarborough

July 2010 – Aug 2013

Developed various software to improve workflow efficiency and effectively managed organizational change.

Sir John A Macdonald Collegiate Institute

Computer Club, Sir John A. Macdonald CI

Sept 2008 – June 2009

Promoted interest in computer programming for beginners and taught complex algorithms to more seasoned coders.


Machine Learning

May 2015

Google Analytics Certificate
Google Analytics Academy

Dec 2014

USA Computing Olympiad

Computing Competition Training
USA Computing Olympiad

May 2009 – Aug 2009


Catalytics Inc Logo

Co-Founder, Catalytics Inc

Mar 2017 – present

Predictive analytics for intelligent medical decision-making.


Winner of The Forge @ Mac Startup Competition Grand Prize – $20,000 cash prize.

First place, Hack the City – Health Stream.

The Next 36

The Next 36
Canada’s Entrepreneurial Leadership Initiative

Dec 2013 – May 2014

Co-founded “Just Fit,” a fitness webapp that allowed users to discover nearby fitness centres and personalize their fitness schedule to suit their work and life schedule.


Top 36 selected out of 1,000 applicants to start a venture with up to $95,000 seed investment. News article here.


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