Does enrolling in a high-deductible health plan affect #asthma controller use & outcomes? How are children affected… https://t.co/eM06QOmDVY
In a new #DPMBeyondtheCV, we meet @DeptPopMed research fellow @Pi_iDebbyLin!
Dr. Lin discusses the impact she hope… https://t.co/dO53vdcGLN
Meet Pi-I Debby Lin, a research fellow interested in investigating how environmental and dietary factors affect maternal and child health. Dr. Lin earned her doctoral degree from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health in 2017, where she studied in the Department of Environmental Health. In this Spotlight, Dr. Lin discusses how she came to find the Institute, the impact she hopes her work will have, what inspires her work, and more.
Universal newborn screening has been shown to decrease the mortality of many severe pediatric-onset diseases. Genetic testing for pediatric cancer predisposition syndromes could augment these newborn screening programs, but what are the costs? Are there benefits? A new study senior-authored by Institute Associate Professor Ann Wu, explores these questions in a new study in Genetics in Medicine.