Jee Min Kim, Ph.D.

Jee Min Kim, Ph.D.

  • Center for Cancer Research
  • National Cancer Institute


Jee Min Kim is a postdoctoral fellow in the Laboratory of Receptor Biology and Gene Expression under the supervision of Dr. Daniel Larson. She did her graduate study at Johns Hopkins University in the laboratory of Dr. Carl Wu, where she utilized in vivo and in vitro, single-molecule microscopy to investigate the target search kinetics and chromatin occupancy of ATP-dependent chromatin remodelers. At NIH, she is studying transcription and splicing kinetics in mammalian cells to understand the basic mechanism of gene expression in human health and disease. In her free time, Jee Min enjoys playing piano, visiting new cities, and trying out new food from around the world.

Areas of Expertise

Single-molecule Microscopy
Live-cell Imaging
Chromatin Biology
Single-molecule Biophysics