Kim joined NDORMS in 2009 to assist in establishing the Oxford musculoskeletal BioBank. Since 2011 she has been working as a Shoulder Specialist Research Nurse for Professor Andrew Carr.
With a background of senior managerial experience gained in the NHS, including several joint roles with the Higher Education sector, she is part of Professor Carr’s group researching tendinopathy and developing novel therapies for clinical application.
Her current role involves supporting post-doctoral science Research Fellows, Clinical Research Fellows and DPhil students design research protocols for basic science studies involving human subjects and the management of the research care pathways of patients involved in a variety of concurrent studies.
Proresolving mediators counter inflammation in stromal cells from patients with Achilles tendon disease
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