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Postdoctoral Research Associate

Kim is a member of the interdisciplinary PFAS Project lab and her work involves modeling presumptive PFAS contamination sites and studying the interactions of environments, communities, and governments on PFAS contamination. Previously, she studied the toxicology of mitochondrial poisons at the University of Pittsburgh. Outside of the lab, you can find her birdwatching.

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