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Su-Min Kim
M.D.
  • Clinical Assistant Professor
  • Otolaryngology
Specialties
Head and Neck Surgery, Thyroid surgery, Neck Masses, Oral Cancer, Larynx Cancer, Skin cancers of the head and neck, General Ear- Nose and Throat
Locations
Publications

Effectiveness of Anti-TNFalpha for Crohn Disease: Research in a Pediatric Learning Health SystemForrest,C. B.; Crandall,W. V.; Bailey,L. C.; Zhang,P.; Joffe,M. M.; Colletti,R. B.; Adler,J.; Baron,H. I.; Berman,J.; Del Rosario,F.; Grossman,A. B.; Hoffenberg,E. J.; Israel,E. J.; Kim,S. C.; Lightdale,J. R.; Margolis,P. A.; Marsolo,K.; Mehta,D. I.; Milov,D. E.; Patel,A. S.; Tung,J.; Kappelman,M. D.Pediatrics 2014 ; ( ):

Axitinib versus sorafenib in advanced renal cell carcinoma: subanalyses by prior therapy from a randomised phase III trialEscudier,B.; Michaelson,M. D.; Motzer,R. J.; Hutson,T. E.; Clark,J. I.; Lim,H. Y.; Porfiri,E.; Zalewski,P.; Kannourakis,G.; Staehler,M.; Tarazi,J.; Rosbrook,B.; Cisar,L.; Hariharan,S.; Kim,S.; Rini,B. I.British journal of cancer 2014 ; ( ):

Propagation of infectious human papillomavirus type 16 by using an adenovirus and Cre/LoxP mechanismLee,J. H.; Yi,S. M.; Anderson,M. E.; Berger,K. L.; Welsh,M. J.; Klingelhutz,A. J.; Ozbun,M. A.Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 2004 ;101(7):2094-2099

Apical localization of the coxsackie-adenovirus receptor by glycosyl-phosphatidylinositol modification is sufficient for adenovirus-mediated gene transfer through the apical surface of human airway epitheliaWalters,R. W.; van't Hof,W.; Yi,S. M.; Schroth,M. K.; Zabner,J.; Crystal,R. G.; Welsh,M. J.Journal of virology 2001 ;75(16):7703-7711

Binding of adeno-associated virus type 5 to 2,3-linked sialic acid is required for gene transferWalters,R. W.; Yi,S. M.; Keshavjee,S.; Brown,K. E.; Welsh,M. J.; Chiorini,J. A.; Zabner,J.The Journal of biological chemistry 2001 ;276(23):20610-20616

Lectin binding and endocytosis at the apical surface of human airway epitheliaYi,S. M.; Harson,R. E.; Zabner,J.; Welsh,M. J.Gene therapy 2001 ;8(24):1826-1832

Adenovirus calcium phosphate coprecipitates enhance squamous cell carcinoma gene transferYi,S. M.; Lee,J. H.; Graham,S.; Zabner,J.; Welsh,M. J.The Laryngoscope 2001 ;111(7):1290-1296

Targeting the urokinase plasminogen activator receptor enhances gene transfer to human airway epitheliaDrapkin,P. T.; O'Riordan,C. R.; Yi,S. M.; Chiorini,J. A.; Cardella,J.; Zabner,J.; Welsh,M. J.The Journal of clinical investigation 2000 ;105(5):589-596

Early wound complications in advanced head and neck cancer treated with surgery and Ir 192 brachytherapySmith,R. V.; Krevitt,L.; Yi,S. M.; Beitler,J. J.The Laryngoscope 2000 ;110(1):8-12

Education
Medical School
  • Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University
Residency
  • University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, Otolaryngology: General
Fellowship
  • University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, Otolaryngology: Head & Neck Surgery
Biography

Dr. Kim graduated Alpha Omega Alpha with a medical degree from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in Bronx, New York. She then moved to Iowa City, Iowa where she served an internship in the Department of General Surgery and a seven-year residency in the Department of Otolaryngology at the University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics (UIHC). During the two research years, she worked under Howard Hughes Medical Investigator, Dr. Michael Welsh, to investigate gene therapy to airways. In her final year, she was chosen as a chief resident. Dr. Kim then followed with a head and neck surgery fellowship, also at UIHC.

Prior to working at Loyola, Dr. Kim was a member of the attending staff at the Iowa City Veterans Affairs Hospital in Iowa City.

She has been the recipient of grants from the NIH Research Training Program for Otolaryngology and the American Society of Hematology Summer Research Fellowship and has received a number of honors and awards in medical school and in residency.

Dr. Kim is a member of the American Board of Otolaryngology and the American Academy of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery.

Dr. Kim has been certified by the American Board of Otolaryngology.

Dr. Kim serves as the section chief of the Otolaryngology Section at Hines VA Medical Center.

Languages
  • Korean
Interests
  • Piano
  • Classical Music