Dr. Lin, MD, FACSM, is a clinical associate professor of Sports & Spine Medicine in the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine. She earned her MD from Harvard Medical School. She is dual board certified in Sports Medicine and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Her clinical interests include the care of sports, spine and musculoskeletal injuries, in particular, tendon injuries and joint osteoarthritis, youth and female athletes and sports concussion management. Her practice includes the use of musculoskeletal ultrasound for diagnostics and injection guidance and electrodiagnostic testing (EMG/NCS). Her research interests include biotech innovations, sports injury prevention, Exercise is Medicine and women's health.
Dr. Lin is also Assistant Director of Clinical Innovation for The Sports Institute at UW Medicine. She is associate editor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R) Journal. She is an Exercise is Medicine (EIM) Emerging Leader as well as a member of the EIM Clinical Practice Committee for the American College of Sports Medicine. She practiced at the Changi Sports Medicine Centre in Singapore prior to joining the University of Washington. Dr. Lin has been involved in national and international sporting event coverage and has published many journal articles and book chapters related to sports and exercise medicine.
Dr. Lin maintains an active lifestyle through horseback riding, swimming, hiking and running. She also enjoys ballroom dancing, sailing and traveling.
Education and Training
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
Fellowship, 2012, Sports Medicine
Stanford University Medical Center
Residency, 2011, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Santa Clara Valley Medical Center
Internship, 2008, Transitional Year
Harvard Medical School
Medical education, 2007
Sports Medicine, 2012, American Board of Physical Medicine & Rehab
Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, 2012, American Board of Physical Medicine & Rehab