Kwanghyun Kim, M.D.
Dept of International Health/ Center for Humanitarian Health
Kwanghyun Kim, M.D., is a physician, a board-certified preventive medicine specialist and an epidemiologist. He had earned his medical degree at Yonsei University, Korea, in 2017, and he had finished his residency and fellowship in preventive medicine & public health at Yonsei University, Korea, in 2023.
During his residency and fellowship, his research focused on applying advances statistical methodology in the fields of psychiatric and social epidemiology, using nationwide cohort database. His research topic also covers emerging infectious diseases and preventive measures against them: during the COVID-19 pandemic, he had assessed the effectiveness of non-pharmaceutical interventions among 92 nations with members of “International COVID-19 Research Network (ICRN)”. He had also participated in in the process of developing artificial intelligence to assist in diagnosing infectious diseases in central Vietnam. His current research interest in on bias control and causal inference in the fields of international health and humanitarian health.
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