Dr. Michelle Lin is an emergency physician and health systems scientist who aims to transform acute care delivery to meet the needs of patients who experience the greatest barriers to accessing care. Her active NIH-funded research portfolio aims to develop a novel patient-reported outcome measure for emergency asthma care and reduce avoidable admissions through improved ED care coordination. She has received several national awards including the 2021 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Young Investigator Award and the 2016 AcademyHealth Presidential Scholarship for New Health Services Researchers. Dr. Lin oversees the development of quality measures used in federally mandated payment programs through her leadership roles in the American College of Emergency Physicians. She previously served as a fellow at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation. She is currently an Associate Professor at Stanford University. She graduated from Northwestern University and completed residency at Bellevue Hospital in New York City.