Chia-Hua Lin recently obtained a Ph.D degree from the Department of Philosophy at the University of South Carolina. Their dissertation, titled Tool Migration: A Framework to Study the Cross-disciplinary Use of Mathematical Constructs in Science, is a philosophical analysis of both the development and use of the formal language-based research tools across disciplines, such as linguistics, computer science, and cognitive biology. Currently a Visiting Fellow at the KLI, Lin had received a Write-Up Fellowship in 2018. In June 2019, the National Science Foundation awarded a two-year Postdoctoral Fellowship to support Lin's next research project titled "A Case Study of the Cross-disciplinary Use of Mathematical Constructs in Computational Biology as Tool Migration." Starting in September 2019, Lin will be working as the co-PI to the project and a postdoc in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Virginia under the direction of Paul Humphreys.