Ms. Lin is a Senior Biostatistician in the Center for Health Measurement (CHM) at the Department of Population Health Sciences. She earned her master’s degree in statistics with a biomedical concentration at North Carolina State University partially sponsored by the GlaxoSmithKline Graduate Student Traineeship. She has worked extensively in clinical trials from study design, protocol development and review, randomization, safety monitoring to data analysis, reporting, and manuscript publications. Since joining Duke in 2007, she has expanded her areas of expertise to survey studies and observational studies in patient reported outcomes, medical decision-making, quality of life, and bioethics. She was involved in developing and validating the PROMIS® (Patient Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System) item bank on the sexual functioning domain in 2009. Since then, Ms. Lin has participated in developing and validating multiple health measurements and has provided data analysis as well as consulting to support research in both statistics and psychometrics.