Kim is the Flow Cytometry Manager for the Flow Cytometry Facility at NSU’s Center for Collaborative Research. She a member of ISAC (International Society for the Advancement of Cytometry) and has completed formal FACS Aria training at Becton Dickinson. She has also attended the 2012 Annual Research Course in Cytometry at Bowdoin College along with several local and international Cytometry conferences. Kim received her Bachelors of Science degree in Zoology with a minor in Chemistry from Weber State University after separating from the USAF. She spent her formative years in science in the Immunology laboratory of Dr. Troy Randall where she became well versed in the techniques used for studying immunological responses to viral infections in the mouse model. Specifically, she specialized in microscopy, histology, and flow cytometry. In 2011, an opportunity near her hometown in Florida was offered to her, and spent 4 years managing the Flow Core at VGTI. In 2015, Kim accepted a unique opportunity to establish a brand new core facility at Nova Southeastern Universities Center for Collaborative Research.