Academic Profile

Academic Profile

Asst Prof Kim Hie Lim

Assistant Professor, Asian School of the Environment

Email: hlkim@ntu.edu.sg
Phone: +65 65923078
Office: N2 01C 52
Asst Prof Kim Hie Lim

Biography
Hie Lim Kim’s professionals are population genomic analyses applied to genetic variations found within or between populations in order to infer the demographic history of the populations. During her Ph.D. training in Japan, she intensively studied population genetics. After her graduation, she made her careers as a postdoctoral researcher at Pennsylvania State University in the U.S. (2009-2014) and as a Senior Research Fellow at Nanyang Technological University (2014-2016). In 2016 Hie Lim Kim was appointed Associate Professor for Asian School of the Environment at Nanyang Technological University.
Research Interests
Population genetics mainly in the human history
Molecular evolution of genes related to human phenotypes
Genome structure and evolution
Current Projects
  • Characteristics of Asian Genome Variants Related WithDemographic History And Environmental Changes
  • Red blood cell polymorphisms associated with malaria in Asian populations
Selected Publications
  • Carpi G, Kitchen A, Kim HL, Ratan A, Drautz-Moses DI, McGraw J, Kazimirova M, Rizzoli A, Schuster SC. (2016). Mitogenomes reveal diversity of the Eropean Lyme borreliosis vector Ixodes ricinus in Italy. Molecular Phylogenetic Evolution, 101, 194-202.
  • Kim HL., Ratan A., Perry GH., Montenegro A., Miller W., and Schuster SC. (2014). Khoisan hunter-gatherers have been the largest population throughout most of modern human demographic history. Nature Communications, 5, 5692.
  • Song G., Hsu CH., Riemer C., Zhang Y., Kim HL., Hoffmann F., Zhang L, Hardison RC., for NISC Comparative Sequencing Program, Green ED., and Miller W. (2014). Conversion events in gene clusters. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 11(1), 226.
  • Bedoya-Reina OC., Ratan A., Burhans R., Kim HL., Giardine B., Riemer C., Olson TO, Loughran T., vonHoldt BM., Perry GH, Schuster SC., and Miller W. (2013). Galaxy tools to study genome diversity. GigaScience, 2(1), 17.
  • Kim HL., Schuster SC. (2013). Poor man’s 1000 genome project: Recent human population expansion confounds the detection of disease alleles in 7,098 complete mitochondrial genomes. Frontiers in Genetics, 4(13).

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