Acting Branch Chief, Data Analytics
Prior to her research career Lynn Morin worked at both Kelly Services and Booz, Allen & Hamilton as a consultant on various projects such as running a cryogenics laboratory for the Physics Department at a major Texas University and developing databases for the Navy Industrial Improvement Program.
Lynn received her undergraduate degree from George Mason University’s (GMU) Industrial/Organizational Psychology Program in 1994 and continued in a graduate program in neuropsychology studying pre- and perinatal cocaine exposure in an animal model of learning as well as changes in brain connectivity.
Lynn started her NIH career in 2000 as a Program Analyst for the National Institute on Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) and joined the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) in 2011 where she served as the Training Director until her move to the Career Development and Workforce Gender Diversity section in the Office of Research on Women’s Health (ORWH) in 2019.
Lynn has a background in project/program evaluation and management from her work at Booz-Allen and did a dual stint as a computer programmer while at the university in Texas. Lynn considers herself a hobbyist as she loves mastering new challenges both professionally and personally.