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Seungil Kim, PhD
Staff Scientist / Microscopy Team Manager

310 228 6400 | skim@eitm.org

At the Ellison Institute, Seungil Kim is a Staff Scientist in the Mumenthaler Laboratory, where he is studying the tumor microenvironment interactions using colorectal cancer patient-derived 3D organoids. Dr. Kim also leads the Institute’s microscopy team, overseeing microscopy equipment usage and working to establish imaging based high-content drug screening platforms. Dr. Kim earned his PhD in Developmental, Regenerative and Stem Cell Biology from Washington University in St. Louis. He completed his postdoc at UCSF in the Cell & Tissue Biology department. Outside of work, Dr. Kim enjoys spending time with his wife and two sons at parks, playgrounds, and beaches. 
Seungil Kim, PhD
Staff Scientist/ Microscopy Team Manager

310 228 6400 | skim@eitm.org

At the Ellison Institute, Seungil Kim is a Staff Scientist in the Mumenthaler Laboratory, where he is studying the tumor microenvironment interactions using colorectal cancer patient-derived 3D organoids. Dr. Kim also leads the Institute’s microscopy team, overseeing microscopy equipment usage and working to establish imaging based high-content drug screening platforms. Dr. Kim earned his PhD in Developmental, Regenerative and Stem Cell Biology from Washington University in St. Louis. He completed his postdoc at UCSF in the Cell & Tissue Biology department. Outside of work, Dr. Kim enjoys spending time with his wife and two sons at parks, playgrounds, and beaches.