Professor James C. Lin – Some Key Differences in the ICNIRP and IARC Evaluations of RF Evidence

Bio James C. Lin

James C. Lin is a professor of bioengineering and electrical engineering at the University of Illinois Chicago. At the University of Illinois, Lin has served as head of the Bioengineering Department, Director of the Robotics and Automation Laboratory, and Director of Special Projects in the College of Engineering. He also held an appointment as the NSC Research Chair from 1993-1997. Lin is the author of more than 140 journal papers, and author or editor of seven books. After beginning his higher education at Whitworth College in Spokane, Wash., he received the BS, MS and PhD (1971)degrees in electrical engineering from the University of Washington, Seattle. Lin’s academic career took him from teaching and research in Seattle, on to positions at Wayne State University in Detroit and finally at the University of Illinois-Chicago, where he has served as a professor of electrical engineering, bioengineering and physiology and biophysics since 1980. Professor Lin’s research interests include: Biomedical instrumentation; Electromagnetic Engineering for Biology and Medicine; Imaging and Sensing; Bioelectromagnetics; Mobile Telecommunication Safety; Biological Interactions of Electromagnetic Radiation Including RF (Radio Frequency), Microwaves, and Lasers.

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Proceedings of the Workshop on Conducting Evaluations of Evidence that are Transparent, Timely and Lead to Health-Protective Actions February 8-11, 2021

https://prhe.ucsf.edu/sites/g/files/tkssra341/f/wysiwyg/Proceedings_Final_05_10.pdf

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