Li Xiong

Li Xiong
Associate Professor
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
Department of Biomedical Informatics
Emory University

Address: 400 Dowman DR, Atlanta, GA 30322
Office: Mathematics and Science Center E412
Phone: 404-727-0758, Fax: 404-727-5611
Email: lxiong AT

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March 2015: Postdoc position available in data privacy and health informatics. Please contact me if you are interested!

February 2015: I am co-organizing the iDASH Privacy & Security Workshop 2015 - Secure Genome Analysis Competition. Please consider participating! (Media coverage in GenomeWeb)

December 2014: I am co-organizing the Workshop on Privacy and Anonymity in the Information Society (PAIS) again collocated with EDBT/ICDT 2015. Submissions are due December 29. Looking forward to seeing you at the workshop!

September 2014: We received PCORI funding for our project on Building Data Registries with Privacy and Confidentiality for PCOR in collaboration with Emory BMI and UCSD! (Emory press release)

September 2014: Congratulations to Slawek Goryczka and Liyue Fan who successfully defended their PhD dissertation! Slawek joined the privacy team at Google Zurich and Liyue joined University of Southern California as a postdoctoral fellow. Wish them the best!

Brief Bio
Li Xiong is an Associate Professor in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science and the Department of Biomedical Informatics at Emory University where she directs the Assured Information Management and Sharing (AIMS) research group. She holds a PhD from Georgia Institute of Technology, an MS from Johns Hopkins University, and a BS from University of Science and Technology of China, all in Computer Science. She also worked as a software engineer in IT industry for several years prior to pursuing her doctorate. Her areas of research are in data privacy and security, distributed and spatio-temporal data management, and health informatics. She is a recent recipient of the Career Enhancement Fellowship by Woodrow Wilson Foundation, a Cisco Research Award, and an IBM Faculty Innovation Award. Her current research is supported by NSF, AFOSR, NIH, and PCORI.