Hsiu-Ju Lin, PhD

Associate Research Professor, Social Work (Affiliate)

Research Overview

Hsiu-Ju Lin, Ph.D. is an Associate Research Professor in the School of Social Work, and a senior research analyst for the Evaluation, Quality Management & Improvement Division at the Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS). She was the principal data analyst for the Research Division at DMHAS, and has planned and overseen data analyses of all the research division’s quantitative work, including several federally funded studies: the Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Services study, Jail Diversion for Veterans Evaluation, ACT for Recovery, Supportive Housing, and Mental Health Transformation studies. She is currently collaborating with researchers from Duke and Yale University on projects involving utilization of the administrative data analysis through multiple agency record linkage. Her areas of specialization included longitudinal data analysis, multilevel modeling, structural equation modeling, criminal justice involved population, substance abuse, mental health, and health psychology studies.


B.S., Nursing, 07/1991 National Yang-Ming Medical University, Taiwan, ROC
M.A. Gen. Experimental Psych. 05/1995 University of Hartford, West Hartford, CT. USA
Ph.D. Social/Personality Psych.05/2003, University at Albany, SUNY, Albany, NY. USA

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