Hyunju Kim

Assistant Professor, Epidemiology


PhD Nutrition, Johns Hopkins University, 2019
MPH Public Health Nutrition, University of California (Berkeley), 2015
BA Public Health, Johns Hopkins University, 2012


Hans Rosling Center for Population Health
Seattle, WA 98105


Dr. Kim is a nutritional and cardiovascular epidemiologist with a strong interest in multiple omics data. Dr. Kim’s research is focused on 1) building evidence on the role of diets for cardiovascular disease prevention, 2) identifying metabolic and biologic pathways that are modifiable by healthy diets, and 3) uncovering early biomarkers and therapeutic targets of cardiovascular disease and kidney disease. Dr. Kim uses high throughput omics data (metabolomics, proteomics, epigenetics) from feeding studies and large observational studies in her research.

Research Interests

Nutrition, Metabolomics, Proteomics, DNA methylation, Cardiovascular disease, Kidney disease

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