Linet completed her BS in Biology from Nazarene University in Illinois and a Master’s degree in Biomedical Science Immunology/Virology from Hood College in Maryland. Her thesis focused on Invitro Host range of various porcine viruses. Previous work has been focused in viral vaccine research and development, and testing. She has experience working with the FDA, USDA and EMEA in creating protocols for industry use in vaccine release testing. Linet also managed the virology laboratory for six years and was awarded the Dun Patman award in Lab Management and Leadership. In 2016, Linet completed her Society of Clinical Research Associates (SOCRA) certification program earning the title of Certified Clinical Research Professional (CCRP).
In her current role at W21C, Linet supports several projects: CRIO D-The Strategic Clinical Network (SCN) project led by Dr. Deb White, CRIO A-Pressure Ulcer study led by Dr. Chester Ho, and a Phase 2 vaccine clinical trial led by Dr. John Conly.