Peihang “Marshall” Li : Schwarzman Scholars Program
Peihang “Marshall” Li (’23, Political Economy) is currently pursuing his MPhil study in Economic and Social History at the University of Cambridge in England. He is researching the history of U.S. pharmaceutical market regulations. At Cal, Marshall was recognized four times with the California Alumni Leadership Award. He served as Vice President of the California Lightweight Rowing Team, Chair of the Datong Society of China Studies, and as Student Assistant to Berkeley Disabled Students’ Program. Marshall seeks a scholarly understanding of the interplay between market regulations, innovation, and health outcomes. He has interned across litigation, professional services, and NGOs. While with Asia Society Northern California, he delivered an assessment of Sino-American drug development and AI synergies. Beyond his academic pursuits, Marshall is also an award-winning poet with a poetry collection published in China.