Dr. Michael Kim joined the faculty of the Department of Pediatrics in the Division of Academic General Pediatrics as a hospitalist after completing his bachelor’s degree, Medical School, and residency training at the University of Minnesota. Additionally, Dr. Kim did his residency at the University of Minnesota in the Department of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics Residency Programs. From 2005-2006, Dr. Kim served as Chief Resident in Pediatrics.
A member of the American Academy of Pediatrics, Dr. Kim also has extensive international experience having completed a global health course in tropical medicine at the University of Minnesota, and an elective rotation in internal medicine and pediatrics at Chiang Mai University Hospital in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Dr. Kim is a Pediatric hospitalist at the University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital and will work with Dr. Abe Jacob on improving inpatient care delivery and building the general pediatric inpatient service.
Honors, Awards, Organizations
Dennis W. Watson Fellowship in the Department of Microbiology and Immunology
National Cancer Training Grant fellowship Award
Recognition of honor for participation in knowledge coop assisting freshmen medical students in academics
Department of Microbiology Special Service Award for civil servant employees, 1991.
Schlievert, PM, JR Deringer, MH Kim, SJ Projan, RP Novick. 1992. Effect of glycerol monolaurate and bacterial growth and toxin production. Antimicrob. Agents Chemother. 36:626-631.
Leggiadro, RJ, MC Bugnitz, BA Peck, GS Luedtke, MH Kim, EL Kaplan, PM Schlievert. 1993. Group A streptococcal bacteremia in a mid-south children's hospital. South Med. J. 86(6):615-618.
Leung, DYM, JB Travers, R Giorno, DA Norris, R Skinner, J Aelion, LV Kazemi, MH Kim, AE Trumble, M Kotb, PM Schlievert. 1995. Evidence for a streptococcal superantigen-driven process in acute guttate psoriasis. J. Clin. Invest. 96:2106-2112.
Vath GV, CA Earhart, JV Rago, MH Kim, GA Bohach, PM Schlievert, DH Ohlendorf. 1997. The structure of superantigen exfoliative toxin A suggests a novel regulation of a serine protease. Biochemistry. 36(7):1559-1566.
Cockerill FR 3rd, RL Thompson, JM Musser, PM Schlievert, J Talbot, KE Holley, WS Harmsen, DM Ilstrup, PC Kohner, MH Kim, B Frankfort, JM Manahan, JM Steckelberg, F Roberson, WR Wilson. 1998. Molecular, serological, and clinical features of 16 consecutive cases of invasive streptococcal disease. Southeastern Minnesota Streptococcal Working Group. Clin. Infect. Dis. 26(6):1448-1458.
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