Xihong Lin is Chair and Henry Pickering Walcott Professor of Department of Biostatistics and Coordinating Director of the Program of Quantitative Genomics at the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health, and Professor of Statistics the Faculty of Arts and Sciences of Harvard University. Dr. Lin’s research interests lie in development and application of statistical and computational methods for analysis of massive genetic and genomic, epidemiological, environmental, and medical data. She currently works on whole genome sequencing association studies, genes and environment, integrative analysis of genetic, genomic and environmental data, and statistical learning methods for massive health science data. Dr. Lin received the 2002 Mortimer Spiegelman Award from the American Public Health Association and the 2006 Presidents’ Award and the 2017 FN David Award from the Committee of Presidents of Statistical Societies (COPSS). She is an elected fellow of American Statistical Association (ASA), Institute of Mathematical Statistics, and International Statistical Institute. Dr. Lin received the MERIT Award (R37) (2007-2015) and the Outstanding Investigator Award (OIA) (R35) (2015-2022) from the National Cancer Institute (NCI). She is the contacting PI of the Program Project (P01) on Statistical Informatics in Cancer Research from NCI, the Biostatistics and Bioinformatics Core PI of the U19 grant on Integrative Analysis of Lung Cancer Etiology and Risk from NCI, the contact PI of the Harvard Analysis Center of the Genome Sequencing Program of the National Human Genome Research Institute. She is also the contact PI of the T32 training grant on interdisciplinary training in statistical genetics and computational biology. Dr. Lin was the former Chair of the COPSS (2010-2012) and a former member of the Committee of Applied and Theoretical Statistics (CATS) of the National Academy of Science. She is the former Chair of the new ASA Section of Statistical Genetics and Genomics. She was the former Coordinating Editor of Biometrics and the founding co-editor of Statistics in Biosciences, and is currently the Associate Editor of Journal of the American Statistical Association. She has served on a large number of statistical society committees, and numerous NIH and NSF review panels.