Qiang is Senior Biostatistician in Statistics Division at the George Institute and Conjoint Senior Lecturer at The University of New South Wales. He has a master degree in Biostatistics from the University of Sydney and a Bachelor degree in Public Health (Preventive Medicine) from Xi'an JiaoTong University (China). He is an accredited statistician by the Statistical Society of Australia since 2009.
Prior to joining the George Institute in 2007, Qiang worked at the Woolcock institute of medical research (Australia) for one year and at the School of Public Health in Xi'an JiaoTong University (China) for six years. In his current position, Qiang Li is responsible for the design, analysis and reporting of numerous medical studies ranging from health surveys and epidemiological studies to multinational clinical trials in critical care, cardiovascular diseases, neurological and mental health illnesses, renal and metabolic diseases. In ten years at the George Institute, he has worked on approximately 20 major research studies including NHMRC funded studies as well as a number of clinical trials sponsored by the pharmaceutical industry.