Dr. Tae Kyoung Kim

Professor, University of Toronto; Radiologist, UHN/MSH/WCH
Medical Imaging, Toronto General Hospital
585 University Avenue
M5G 2N2


Dr. Tae Kyoung Kim is a radiologist and Professor at the University of Toronto. Dr. Kim studied medicine at Seoul National University, Korea, where he received an MD from the College of Medicine in 1991, a PhD from the Graduate School in 1999. Since Dr. Kim moved to Toronto in 2003, he has worked as an abdominal radiologist and an active researcher in the Joint Department of Medical Imaging at the University Health Network, Mount Sinai Hospital, and Women's College Hospital. Dr. Kim's major research interest is in cross-sectional imaging of hepatobiliary and pancreatic tumors. His recent research works have largely focused on imaging diagnosis of hepatocellular carcinoma and cirrhosis-related nodules, contrast-enhanced ultrasound, and pancreatobiliary malignancies. Dr Kim is an author or coauthor of 225 scientific publications in peer-reviewed journals, and has served on the reviewer of a number of major radiology and hepatology journals.


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