Dr. Kim is the Chief of the Neurological Surgery Service at Harborview Medical Center and UW professor of Neurological Surgery. He is part of a select…
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Patient Care Philosophy
My goal is to seamlessly combine cutting edge neurosurgical technology and compassionate patient care.
Hiking, skiing, running, golf, reading.
Dr. Kim has received funding for his research through the National Institutes of Health (NIH/NINDS), FDA, Department of Defense, and Washington Research Foundation.
His clinical research relates to patient outcome measures and refinements in surgical and endovascular techniques in aneurysm, AVM, skull based tumor, and cavernous malformation surgery. He is engaged in several prospective cerebrovascular clinical trials charged with the goal of improving both the way we deliver neurosurgical care and patient outcomes.
His laboratory research investigates aneurysm flow and computer fluid dynamics modeling, neurosurgical robotics technology, neuroendoscopic neurosurgical instrument design and development, quantification of radiation dosing for diagnostic and endovascular procedures, and minimally invasive access techniques for skull base and cerebrovascular surgery.
|Columbia University||Medical education||1999
|Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center||Internship||
|Barrow Neurological Institute||Fellowship||
|Barrow Neurological Institute||Residency||
|American Board of Neurological Surgery||Neurological Surgery||2011