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Audrie Lin

Assistant Professor


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Physical & Biological Sciences Division

Microbiology & Environmental Toxicology Department

Assistant Professor


Health and Wellness
Disease and Immunity

Lin Lab

Physical Sciences Building



I conduct evidence-based and policy-relevant research to advance programs that promote nutrition and environmental justice in low-resource settings. Using a Developmental Origins of Health and Disease framework, my research focuses on the role of the exposome in the biological embedding of childhood adversity. Major areas of my research include early childhood nutrition, water, sanitation, and hygiene interventions, environmental enteric dysfunction, infectious diseases, stress physiology, immune function, telomere biology, child growth and development, and gender-based violence. I use large-scale impact evaluations and other empirical approaches to understand biological pathways leading to healthy trajectories across the life course. 

METX 108: Introduction to Research Methods in Global and Community Health
METX 292: Introductory Graduate Seminar
METX 281A: Seminar: Global Health
METX 299A: Thesis Research

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