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Katherine Lin

Graduate Student, Population Studies Center.

Graduate Student, Department of Sociology.

Sociology, Year: advanced

PSC Mentor: Sarah Burgard

Dissertation Committee: Sarah Burgard, Renee Anspach, Yu Xie, Mary Corcoran

Research Interests: Health and aging

Recent Publications

Journal Articles

Lin, Katherine. 2014. "Physicians' perceptions of autonomy across practice types: Is autonomy in solo practice a myth?" Social Science & Medicine, 100: 21-29. PMCID: PMC3898537. DOI. Abstract.

Burgard, Sarah, and Katherine Lin. 2013. "Bad Jobs, Bad Health? How Work and Working Conditions Contribute to Health Disparities." American Behavioral Scientist, 57(8): 1105-1127. PMCID: PMC3813007. DOI. Abstract.

Lin, Katherine, S. Parnami, A. Fuhrel-Forbis, R.R. Anspach, B. Crawford, and R.G. De Vries. 2013. "The undergraduate premedical experience in the United States: a critical review." International Journal of Medical Education, 4: 26-37. NIHMSID: NIHMS444545. DOI.

Parnami, S., Katherine Lin, K.B. Fessler, E. Blom, M. Sullivan, and R.G. De Vries. 2012. "The Coming Generation in American Bioethics: From Pioneers to Professionals." Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics, 21(1): 104-115. DOI.