Lili Loni Barsky, MD, is a board-certified physician, patented inventor, and writer. She completed her undergraduate training at Northwestern University, USA, earning a major degree in Biomedical Engineering and a minor degree in Film and Media Studies. She attended Rush Medical College in Chicago, Illinois, followed by residency training at Yale-New Haven Health/Bridgeport Hospital and Chief Residency at AMITA-Saint Francis Hospital, USA. Currently, she is in fellowship training at the Barbra Streisand Women’s Heart Institute at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, USA. She has extensive experience in the inpatient, critical care, ambulatory clinic and emergency care settings. Outside of her clinical work, she developed and was awarded patents for her ‘Liability Intervention Logistical Innovation’ (LILI) technology for hospital-acquired infection tracking and control. Dr. Barsky also received the Improving Cardiovascular Health Outcomes Award at the 2016 National American Medical Association Symposium. She is a lifetime member of Mensa.