Dr Dani Lin is an infectious diseases physician working at the Burnet Institute as a member of the Tuberculosis Working Group.
She has an interest in the global health, indigenous health, tropical medicine and in particular TB/drug-resistant TB, having worked as the TB doctor in Papua New Guinea and Uzbekistan.
- Member of the Royal College of Physicians
- Member of Australasian Society of HIV, Viral Hepatitis and Sexual Health Medicine
- Australian Society of Infectious Diseases
- 2019: Cabrini Health, Intensive care registrar
- 2019: Alfred Hospital – General medical registrar
- 2018: Medecins San Frontieres – TB doctor and study coordinator
- 2017: Monash Health - Infectious disease registrar
- 2016: HHISP, TB medical officer, Daru, PNG
- 2015: Royal Darwin Hospital, Microbiology and outreach registrar
- 2014: Royal Darwin Hospital, Infectious diseases registrar
- 2010-2013: Eastern Health, Intern and basic physician trainee
- 2020: MPH&TM, Master of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, James Cook University,
- 2018: FRACP - RACP, Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians
- 2015: DTM&H, Diploma in Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, Gorgas Institute, Panama
- 2009: MB BS, Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, Monash University
COVID-19 Healthcare E-Learning Platform (CoHELP)
RID-TB: Reducing the Impact of Drug-Resistant TB in Western Province, PNG
- Adapting active case-finding for TB during the COVID-19 pandemic in Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
Chan G, Triasih R, Nababan B, du Cros P, Wilks N, Main S, Huang GKL, Lin D, Graham SM, Majumdar SS, Bakker M, Khan A, Khan FA, Dwihardiani B
Public Health Action. 2021 Jun; 11(2):41-49
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