Uriel  Kim

Entering Class: 2015
PhD Program: Population and Quantitative Health Sciences

Undergraduate Institution: University of Southern California
Hometown: Los Angeles, CA.

Research Interests: I am interested in health services research, medical decision making, and outcomes research. Specifically, I am interested in using patient data and modeling techniques to optimize and personalize medical interventions, especially in the context of cancer.

About me: I was born in Boulder, Colorado, but I have spent most of my life in California. I love exploring Cleveland, and the incredible art, cultural, and culinary scenes have amazed me.

Comment about the MSTP program: I have only the highest praise for the MSTP program. The program embodies the incredible heritage of medicine and discovery at CWRU, and we get an abundance of research opportunities, mentorship, and advising.

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Additional Publications:

Kim, U., (2014). Distributive justice of transportation resources in Los Angeles and its relation to food access

Kim, U., (2014). Realistic food access in a low-income community in urban Los Angeles

Kim, U. (2013). The prospects of social capital as a resource to improve the health and wellbeing of communities.

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