- BS, Mechanical Engineering and Biomedical Engineering – Carnegie Mellon University
Kim is a PhD Candidate in the the Harvard-MIT Health Sciences and Technology program, with a technical focus in mechanical engineering. In the lab, she is studying right-left ventricular interactions during mechanical circulatory support with the goal of optimizing support based on biventricular function. Prior to joining the lab, she worked in a range of academic laboratories and startup companies focused on pediatric cardiovascular devices, artificial lung technologies, and regenerative medicine. Kim enjoys science outreach, pottery, and volleyball.