Ariel Deardorff
Ariel is the Director of Data Science and Open Scholarship. Contact Ariel for help with data sharing, data management, reproducibility, and open science.

Welcome Marlene Lin, Data Science and Open Scholarship Student Teaching Assistant

Marlene Lin

The UCSF Library Data Science and Open Scholarship team is excited to announce that Marlene Lin has joined our team as a new student teaching assistant (TA) for the next year! Together with returning TA Fred Jiang, Marlene will assist with our classes and staff the Data Science Help Desk. This will allow us to offer more data science training opportunities for the UCSF community. Marlene shares that her new position integrates well with her current coursework and she’s excited to help health sciences researchers use computational tools to analyze their data. Look for Marlene in an upcoming workshop, and be sure to say “hi” if you see her online!

More about Marlene

Marlene Lin is a first-year master’s student at UCSF in the Health Data Sciences program. She grew up in Guangdong, China, and previously studied computational biology and statistics at the University of California, Los Angeles. Marlene is interested in Electronic Health Record (EHR) data analysis and is currently working on a project to characterize the role of diabetes screening and nutrition counseling in diabetes outcome management. In her free time, she enjoys creative writing, translating sports news, and playing strategic games with friends.