Hsiu-Ju Lin, PhD

Associate Research Professor

Hsiu-Ju Lin, Ph.D., is an Associate Research Professor in the School of Social Work, and a Research Scientist for the Research Division at the Evaluation, Quality Management & Improvement Division, Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services. She is the principal investigator or co-investigator of multiple federal and state funded grants focusing on mental health and substance abuse recovery service utilization and treatment outcomes, and assists in designing the research plan and overseeing the data analyses for all of these projects. Her areas of specialization include mental health and addiction disorders, criminal justice, and applied statistics in behavior health studies, i. e., longitudinal data analysis, multilevel modeling, and structural equation modeling.

Research Interests

Research method and statistics modeling related to longitudinal studies
Multilevel modeling/Hierarchical Linear Models
Structural equal modeling
Mental health and addiction problems
Criminal justice involved population
Health Psychology
Culture differences in preventive health behaviors

Curriculum Vitae

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Hsiu-Ju Lin, PhD
Contact Information
Phone(860) 418-6662