Doctor Dani Lin

Infectious Diseases Specialist


Dr Dani Lin is an infectious diseases physician working at the Burnet Institute as a member of the Tuberculosis Working Group.

She has an interest in the global health, indigenous health, tropical medicine and in particular TB/drug-resistant TB, having worked as the TB doctor in Papua New Guinea and Uzbekistan.


  • Member of the Royal College of Physicians
  • Member of Australasian Society of HIV, Viral Hepatitis and Sexual Health Medicine
  • Australian Society of Infectious Diseases


  • 2019: Cabrini Health, Intensive care registrar
  • 2019: Alfred Hospital – General medical registrar
  • 2018: Medecins San Frontieres – TB doctor and study coordinator
  • 2017: Monash Health - Infectious disease registrar
  • 2016: HHISP, TB medical officer, Daru, PNG
  • 2015: Royal Darwin Hospital, Microbiology and outreach registrar
  • 2014: Royal Darwin Hospital, Infectious diseases registrar
  • 2010-2013: Eastern Health, Intern and basic physician trainee


  • 2020: MPH&TM, Master of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, James Cook University,
  • 2018: FRACP - RACP, Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians
  • 2015: DTM&H, Diploma in Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, Gorgas Institute, Panama
  • 2009: MB BS, Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, Monash University

Projects (3)

Current (3)

  • COVID-19 Healthcare E-Learning Platform (CoHELP)

  • PRIME-TB: Papua New Guinea & Republic of Indonesia for the Micro Elimination of TB

  • RID-TB: Reducing the Impact of Drug-Resistant TB in Western Province, PNG

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2021 (1)

News Articles (1)

2021 (1)