Frina Lin is a Ph.D. candidate in Public Policy at Harvard University, with interests in public and development economics. Her research focuses on access to health care and determinants of health behaviors. She is currently studying the effects of state-mandated health care reforms on health and labor market outcomes in Southeast Asia and the impact of patient-doctor pairings on treatment decisions in the United States. Prior to beginning her Ph.D., Frina worked as a pre-doctoral fellow for the Equality of Opportunity Project, where she used large administrative data to address questions in applied microeconomics. Frina graduated with an A.B. in Economics from Princeton University.