Center for Data Driven Discovery in Biomedicine
Meen Chul Kim is a Data Engineer responsible for the development of scalable data platforms for scientific research in pediatrics. He collaborates with researchers and other engineers to design and build data discovery tools in cancer and rare diseases.
Before joining CHOP in 2018, Meen Chul worked on developing a drug post-marketing surveillance system for detecting unreported adverse reactions harnessing social media and consumer health vocabulary at Drexel University. He also developed a BI dashboard application for the impact analysis and evaluation of lighting installation at Philips Research North America.
Meen Chul earned a bachelor’s degree in Information Science from Yonsei University in Seoul, Korea before completing two master’s degrees in Information Science from Simmons University in Boston, MA and Yonsei University respectively, and a Ph.D. in Information Science from Drexel University.