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Kim is a graduate student in the School of Public Health at UIC in pursuit of his second Ph. D. degree in Biostatistics. He received his first Ph.D. in Economics from Northern Illinois University in Dekalb, IL in 1992. With his specialty in Econometrics and Industrial Organization he published papers in the areas of ‘Efficient Industry Structure’ and ‘Computing the Optimum Number of Firms.’

In Korea he worked as a senior researcher in the industry division of the Ssangyong Economic Research Institute and forecasted Korea’s industrial products such as steel, cement and auto parts. The research projects he took part in included projects sponsored by the Korean Government and various pharmaceutical companies.

As a data manager and statistical analyst at the Center for Health Statistics he is currently working on the research project, ‘Study in the Comparable Rates of Diabetes Among Antipsychotic Agents.’

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