TAE HOON KIM, phd

 

Education

B.A.    Reed College (Biology) 1994
M.A.    Harvard University (Molecular and Cellular Biology) 2000
Ph.D.   Harvard University (Biochemistry) 2002

Academic Appointments

2002-2006    Postdoctoral Fellow, Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research, UCSD
2006-2013    Assistant Professor, Department of Genetics, Yale University School of Medicine
2007-2014    Member, Yale Comprehensive Cancer Center, Yale University School of Medicine
2011-2014    Member, Yale Stem Cell Center, Yale University School of Medicine
2013-2014    Associate Professor, Department of Genetics, Yale University School of Medicine
2014-present    Associate Professor, Department of Biological Sciences, The University of Texas at Dallas
2014-present    Member, Center for Systems Biology, The University of Texas at Dallas

Honors & Recognition

2011:    Stewart Trust Scholar Award (now Pew-Stewart Scholar Award)
2008:    Sidney Kimmel Scholar Award
2007:    Rita Allen Scholar Award
2006:    AACR Edward A. Smuckler Memorial Workshop Scholarship
2006:    Korean American Scientists and Engineers Association Young Investigator Award
2005:    James Kerr Award, Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research, San Diego, CA
2005:    Selected Participant of International Workshop on Encoding Information in DNA Sequences organized by Government of Japan
2005:    Selected Participant of Frontiers of Human Embryonic Stems Cells
2004:    Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award
2002:    Distinction in Teaching Award, Harvard University
1990:    Korea Times Scholar
1990:    Finalist, 49th Westinghouse Science Talent Search