Shin Lin
EMAIL: shinlin@

Shin Lin

South Lake Union

Shin Lin, M.D., Ph.D., M.H.S., is an Assistant Professor in Medicine and an attending in the Advanced Heart Failure-Transplant-MCS Section of the Division of Cardiology at UWMC.  His research focuses on the epigenomics of heart failure. Dr. Lin’s lab seeks to apply modern techniques elucidating regulatory elements and protein products on a global scale and analyze these data to understand the pathogenesis of heart disease. He works with biomaterials collected from both human subjects and model systems.  

Dr. Lin earned an undergraduate degree in physics summa cum laude at Harvard College.  He was then accepted into the MSTP at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.  His thesis focused on  computational methods of disease-allele association mapping.  Along the way, he received a master’s degree in biostatistics from the Bloomberg School of Public Health.  Thereafter, Dr. Lin underwent clinical training in internal medicine as an intern at the Mayo Clinic (Rochester, MN) and resident at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania.  For cardiology fellowship, Dr. Lin trained within the Stanford Health Care system.  At Stanford University, he also received postdoctoral training in the computational and bench aspects of epigenomics.  Finally, Dr. Lin trained in cardiovascular advanced therapies at the Ronald Reagan UCLA  Medical Center.