The Kim Lab focuses on the general fields of population genetics and evolutionary biology. Dr. Kim is interested in computational problems relevant to understanding evolutionary processes and population dynamics, and in development and application of statistical methods for inference from genetic data. In addition to answering fundamental questions in evolution, Dr. Kim applies these approaches to solve questions with biomedical, legal, and social implications in the areas of genetic epidemiology, conservation genomics, and forensic genetics.
Title: Assistant Professor
Department: Computational Biology
Roles: Faculty Investigator