Min Kyung (MK) Kim is a research associate of the ADAPT (Addressing Disparities in Asian Populations through Translational Research). She is interested in social, economic, and environmental determinants of health among vulnerable populations, particularly immigrants and adolescents.
Prior to joining Tufts, Min Kyung worked at the Korea Foundation for International Healthcare (KOFHI) where she assessed the quality-adjusted coverage of maternal and child health services in Cambodia and Myanmar. As a research analyst at the Harvard School of Public Health, she collaborated with diverse stakeholders from policymakers to multilateral organizations to build the Quality Evidence for Health System Transformation (QUEST) network.
She received her MSc in Global Health from Duke University. Prior to her master studies, Min Kyung was a middle school teacher in Tanzania for three years, where she developed a passion for public health. For more information, please visit her website.