Insoo Kim, PhD
Assistant Professor, Medicine, UConn Health Center (Affiliate)
My research focuses on developing innovative, disruptive technologies to sense/process physiological signals for therapeutic/assistive devices, disease diagnostics and management, and wearable technology. My particular interests lie in 1) Wireless, wearable, and/or implantable bio-sensors and bio-signal processing for neural interfaces, point-of-care devices, and chronic disease management, 2) Brain signal processing and for brain machine interface and prosthetic devices, 3) mobile/connected healthcare systems.
As an InCHIP affiliate, I would explore problems in bio-sensors and bio-electronic circuits and systems for realizing solutions towards the early prediction, monitoring and treatment of diseases. Specifically, my research directive will be aligned with development of unobtrusive wearable/attachable bio-sensors and implantable devices for closed loop disease control.
Over the past four years at Samsung Research America, Richardson, Texas, I led a research team working on various advanced research projects focusing on analog and RF circuits and system for biomedical devices. In particular, I have been leading the development of a wearable blood pressure sensor using RF radar technology; multi-modal biosensor analog front-end ICs; and brain computer interface devices for an individual’s cognitive state monitoring. I also managed clinical validation projects for bio-impedance analyzer and sleep monitoring sensors with external clinical research groups.
Ph.D., 2009 Electrical Engineering, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA, USA.
M.S., 1999 Electrical Engineering, Korea University, Seoul, Korea.
B.S., 1997 Electrical Engineering, Korea University, Seoul, Korea
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