MD, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
Dr. Lin's clinical practice is dedicated to otology and the medical and surgical management of hearing loss. His research is primarily funded by a NIH Career Development Award and is focused on studying the interface between hearing loss and aging. In particular, Dr. Lin has established multiple collaborations with gerontologists, cognitive scientists, epidemiologists, and auditory scientists that form the basis for his current research program studying the impact of hearing loss on the cognitive and physical functioning of older adults and the potential role of aural rehabilitative strategies in mitigating these effects. More can be found on Dr. Lin's researchhere.
Frank R. Lin, M.D. Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor of Otolaryngology and Epidemiology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and the Bloomberg School of Public Health. Dr. Frank Lin completed his medical education, residency in Otolaryngology, and Ph.D. in Clinical Investigation, all at Johns Hopkins. He completed further otologic fellowship training in Lucerne, Switzerland with Prof. Thomas Linder.