Hyeoneui Kim
Associate Professor in the School of Nursing

Dr. Kim received a PhD in Health Informatics from the University of Minnesota at Twin Cities, completed a post-doctoral fellowship in the Decision Systems Group at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston. After the post-doctoral training, she joined the Clinical Informatics Research and Development group of Partner’s Healthcare as an informatician and heavily involved in analyzing and designing nursing documentation system.

The overall goal of Dr. Kim’s research is to facilitate the reuse of biomedical data via standardization and effective representations. Data standardization encompasses standardized terminologies, metadata generation and information modeling, which are critical foundations for any informatics solutions that deal with biomedical data.

Dr. Kim’s latest consumer oriented informatics research aims to empower patients by providing a means to indicate their preference on sharing health data for research in a tiered way. Presenting a wide range of health data in such a way that help patients determine the level of data sharing is also critical component in this project.

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