Dr. Chin is a board-certified Occupational Medicine physician at Vanderbilt University Medical Center Occupational Health, where he is the supervising Medical Review Officer and oversees OSHA medical surveillance programs, in addition to providing clinical care to Vanderbilt employees. He is a native of Boston and received his MD degree from the Tufts University School of Medicine, graduating with Research Honors Distinction. He received his MPH degree from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and completed his residency training at the Harvard Occupational and Environmental Medicine Program.
Before entering Occupational Medicine, he had published widely on translational and clinical research in wound healing and radiation exposure through collaborations with the Brigham and Women’s Hospital and the University of Massachusetts Medical School. In addition to these research interests, Dr. Chin is passionate about innovating novel strategies to help professionals prevent burnout, optimize their work performance, and enhance stress resiliency. He has recently concluded a study using heart rate variability as a biomarker for task performance and the Flow experience.