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imberly A. Kelly, PhD is an Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, VA. Kim received her bachelor’s degree in Chemistry from Hamilton College in upstate NY, and her PhD from the University of Utah under the guidance of Dr. David Jones, PhD. Her thesis was using genomics and proteomics based approaches to develop diagnostic reagents for colon cancer. After obtaining her PhD, Kim took a postdoctoral fellowship position at the Center for Molecular Imaging Research at MGH, directed by Ralph Weissleder, under the guidance of Jennifer Allport Anderson. In 2004, she was promoted to instructor of Radiology, and in 2008 to Assistant Professor of Radiology at MGH. In September of 2008, Dr. Kelly joined the BME faculty at the University of Virginia as an Assistant Professor. Dr. Kelly is a member of SNM and a member of the CMIIT Board, the American Pancreatic Association and AACR.
Dr. Kelly’s research interests include the identification of biomarkers and development of molecularly targeted probes, both as imaging agents for the detection of various cancer disease processes and as vehicles for targeted drug delivery.
Stephanie Thomas, Peter Waterman, Suelin Chen, Brett Marinelli, Marc Seaman, Scott Rodig, Robert W. Ross, Lee Josephson, Ralph Weissleder and Kimberly A. Kelly
Research Article: J Nanomed Nanotechnol 2011, 2:112