The University of Texas at Austin
United States of America
Professor Kim's laboratory focuses on innovating bioinspired engineering principles to create biomedical platform technologies for uncovering the fundamental questions in human health and disease by integrating multidisciplinary approaches such as microfluidics, tissue engineering, and applied microbiology. His research interests include developing Biomimetic organ model (Human Organs-on-Chips), Microengineered host-microbe ecosystem, Programmable synthetic microbiome, and Humanized diagnostic/therapeutic platform for clinical, pharmaceutical, and environmental applications.
Bioinspired organ mimicry, in vitro disease model, regenerative medicine, host-microbe ecosystem, synthetic biology