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Dr. Kim received his PhD at University of Illinois where he worked on transcriptional regulation of gene expression in development and cancer using genetically engineered mouse models. His postdoctoral training was under the guidance of Dr. Howard Rockman at Duke University where he was involved in multi-disciplinary research projects related to cardiac disease. Particularly he collaborated with the laboratory of Dr. Robert Lefkowitz (Nobel Laureate), a leader in the field of G protein-coupled receptor (GPCR)-mediated signaling pathways. During his research training, he received several awards and honors, such as a finalist for Katz Basic Research Prize at American Heart Association (AHA) and AHA postdoctoral fellowship. Currently, his laboratory is studying transcriptional regulation and microRNA regulatory network by GPCR biased signaling. His research has been funded by two AHA grants. He has served on the grant review committee of AHA and NIH as well as Medical Research Council in UK. He has also served on the editorial board member of several cardiovascular journals.
GPCR signaling, microRNA biology, transcriptional regulation, model systems on identifying novel genes/pathways for human disease.