Donghui Li

Technical Program Manager, Meta, Science
Years at CZI 4
Gift Type Life of Service Gift

Science is increasingly data driven. Ensuring that datasets are adequately curated and preserved, and that they remain accessible to end users, is an ongoing challenge. I chose to support Phoenix Bioinformatics, a local non-profit, because of its dedication to scientific data stewardship. I want to support its work in preserving essential data repositories in multiple scientific domains including plant genetics, biological pathways and evolutionary biology.

I chose to support Phoenix Bioinformatics, a local non-profit, because of its dedication to scientific data stewardship.

At CZI, we work at the intersection of science and technology. I strongly believe this is a powerful and necessary approach to solving the complex problems we choose to tackle.

Our multidisciplinary ‘sci-tech’ team consists of scientists, engineers, data scientists, product and design experts. We are passionate about solving a common problem, yet we do not always speak the same ‘language’ given our diverse background and training. As a scientist with experience in ‘tech’, ‘a life of service’ inside CZI means supporting my colleagues by serving as a bridge between science and tech.

Our work does not stop within CZI, I am in constant and close contact with the user community that we serve including researchers and rare disease patients. I want to focus on their needs and create solutions to solve problems they’re facing.

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Life of Service Gifts are personal donations made by CZI employees in their sole discretion and do not constitute an endorsement of or grant to the recipient organization by CZI.