Instructor in Medicine
Brigham and Women's Hospital
Brigham and Womens Hospital
75 Francis St
Boston MA 02115
|Coro Fellow in Public Affairs|
|Washington Univ Saint Louis||MD PhD|
|Brigham and Women's Hospital||Residency||Internal Medicine|
|Harvard Combined, (MGH, BWH, BIDMC)||Fellowship||Pulmonary and Critical Care|
1st place, 7th Annual Respiratory Disease Young Investigator Forum
ReSS Young Investigator Award
AAI Young Investigator Award
AHA Cournand and Comroe Award Finalist
BWH Innovation Evergreen Fund
I welcome any inquires regarding research rotations, RA or post-doctoral positions from candidates interested in the immunology of human disease, in particular those with bioinformatics experience. Bridging clinical data and biobanks, discovery platforms (e.g., single-cell RNASeq, lipidomics) and mechanistic studies is a strength of my lab.
Clinical interests: I attend in the Brigham and Women's Hospital Medical Intensive Care Unit (MICU) and the Pulmonary Fellows' Clinic.
Research interests: The Kim lab focuses on deep immunophenotyping of human disease via discovery platforms with validation in experimental models. In line with my clinical interests, we study cardiac arrest and resuscitation, post-sepsis immunosuppression, auto-immune pulmonary fibrosis (esp. RA-ILD) and immune checkpoint inhibitor (ICI) pneumonitis.
Translational: The Kim lab runs two clinical biobanks: The Cardiac Arrest Biobank and VATS (early lung disease biopsy) Biobank; we work closely with Dr. Osama Rahma on a ICI pneumonitis biobank.
Experimental: The Kim lab runs mouse models of cardiac arrest, sepsis and pulmonary fibrosis.
Pharma collaboration: The Kim lab works with Roche and Bayer to apply discovery platforms to human biobanks.
Academic collaboration: The Kim lab collaborates closely with laboratories across BWH (e.g., in Pulmonary, Cardiovascular Medicine, Renal, Rheumatology) and at other centers (e.g., Univ. Pittsburgh, Univ. of Toronto, BIDMC, MGH).
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Dec 15, 2019 - Dec 14, 2020
NKT cell activation of mTOR drives post-sepsis immunosuppression
Jun 30, 2015 - Jun 30, 2020
NKT Cells Protect Against Brain Injury After Cardiac Arrest and Resuscitation
Functional Consequences of 17q12 polymorphisms in Asthma
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