Departments & Organizations
Liver Cancer Program
Dr. Kim is Professor of Radiology and Medicine (Medical Oncology), Vice Chair of Clinical Research and Chief of Interventional Radiology at Yale School of Medicine. He also leads the Smilow Interventional Oncology program. Dr. Kim was trained at the MD Anderson Cancer Center and the Johns Hopkins Hospital. He is an authority in image-guided interventional oncology and advanced cancers. He is an expert in minimally invasive treatments and takes care of patients with advanced cancers with the most advanced anti-cancer treatments such as targeted drug delivery and targeted radiation delivery therapies to liver cancers (TACE, Y90 radioembolization), image-guided precision microwave ablation, radiofrequency ablation and immuno-cryotherapy. Dr. Kim’s research focus is targeted therapy with immune modulation in advanced cancers. Dr. Kim is a member of Yale Comprehensive Cancer Center, New Haven, CT.
Education & Training
|MD||Medical College of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia (1995)|
|BA||University of California, Berkeley, Molecular Biology (1991)|
|Fellow Physician||Johns Hopkins Hospital|
|Resident Physician||UT Houston - MD Anderson Cancer Center|