- M.S., Environmental Health, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, 2022
- M.S., Master of Management, University of Michigan, 2017
- B.S., Environmental Economics and Policy, University of California, Berkeley, 2015
- Social and Behavioral Research Investigator
- Environmental Justice: Concepts and Practice, Harvard University, 2022
- Special Topics in Environmental Health: Statistical Methods for Environmental Mixtures, Harvard University, 2021
- Workshop: How to Conduct Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analysis, ISEE, 2022
- International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE)
- American Public Health Association (APHA)
- • Environment Section, Chemicals & Health Committee
- Society for Risk Analysis (SRA)
- • Occupational Health and Safety Subcommittee; Justice, Equity, and Risk Subcommittee
Ms. Lin is an environmental health scientist with broad expertise in environmental exposure assessment, risk assessment, and environmental and occupational epidemiology. Her master's research includes assessing a new method for evaluating personal exposure to chemical mixtures in indoor microenvironments. At Exponent, Ms. Lin supports large cohort mortality studies and toxicological risk assessments for chemical exposures. Projects have included exposures to organic contaminants, ethylene oxide, benzene, TDCE, and heavy metals.
Ms. Lin has researched adverse health outcomes related to exposure to flame retardants, metals, perfluorinated compounds, pesticides, asbestos, endocrine-disrupting chemicals, and occupational exposures. Before joining Exponent, Ms. Lin worked in the technology industry for three years focused on applications for connected technologies, such as cloud technology and internet of things (IoT).