Geurim Junie Kim

Geurim Junie Kim

Masters Student
B.S. in Biology - Stanford University, CA
Geurim  Junie Kim

Junie was born in South Korea and grew up in Anchorage, Alaska. She trained as a competitive concert violinist before attending Stanford University, where she received her B.S. in Biology and minor studies in classical music violin performance. She was an undergraduate research student in the Oro lab at Stanford School of Medicine department of dermatology, studying the regulation and function of oncogenic atypical Protein Kinase C in the hedgehog pathway for basal cell carcinoma therapy with mentor Dr. Scott Atwood. She received the Vice Provost, Bio-X, and Major Grant awards for her undergraduate thesis. As a Dean's Scholar at Harvard Medical School, she is interested in studying the neuroimmunology of itch in the context of skin diseases and infections. Outside of academics, she is an avid golfer and loves to explore visual arts and classical music.

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