Faculty: Kim

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Kyounghae Kim
PhD, RN, NP-C
Assistant Professor


kyounghae.kim@uconn.edu

P: (860) 486-5915

University of Connecticut
School of Nursing
Storrs Hall, Room 208
231 Glenbrook Rd. U-4026
Storrs, CT 06269


Curriculum Vitae

Sponsored Projects

  • 2015−2017 Community-Based Cervical Cancer Prevention among Women living with HIV, PI:
    Hae-Ra Han, Role: Project Coordinator, Johns Hopkins Center for AIDS Research
    (NIH: P30AI094189), Total direct costs $50,000
  • 2012−2016 Trial of Ascertaining individual preferences for Loved Ones’ Role in End-of-life
    Decisions (The TAILORED Study), Role: Research Resident, NINR/NIH: R01
    NR010733, Total direct costs $2,489,786
  • 2009−2014 Better Breast and Cervical Cancer Control for Korean American Women, PI: Hae-Ra
    Han, Role: Research Assistant, NCI/NIH: R01 CA129060, Total direct costs
    $1,900,
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  • 2011−2012 Integration of North Korean Refugees in a New Society, PI: Hae-Ra Han (Center PI:
    Cherlin A), Role: Research Assistant, NICHD/NIH: R24 HD042854, Total direct costs
    $10,000

Dissertation Research

  • 2013−2015 Health Literacy and Cervical Cancer Screening Behavior among Korean American
    Women, Role: Principal Investigator, Fahs-Beck Fund for Research and
    Experimentation, Doctoral Dissertation Award, Total direct costs $5,000
  • 2013−2015 Exploring Perceptions and Decision Making About Cervical Cancer Preventive
    Practices in Korean American Women: How does It Differ by Women’s Health
    Literacy?, Role: Principal Investigator, Sigma Theta Tau International Nu Beta Chapter
    Research Grant Award, Total direct costs $1,000
  • 2013−2015 Uncovering the Links between Health Literacy and Cervical Cancer
    Disparity in Korean American Women: A mixed methods study, Role: Principal
    Investigator, Sigma Theta Tau International Small Grant, Total direct costs $4,984

Unsponsored Research

  • 2015−2016 PLAN4 Success – Pilot, PI: Hae-Ra Han, Role: Project Coordinator
  • 2013−2014 Exploring Critical Care Nurse Perceptions regarding Chaplains and Chaplaincy, PI:
    Rebecca Aslakson, Role: Research Assistant


Education

  • 2015 Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
    Johns Hopkins University – School of Nursing
    Baltimore, MD
  • 2011 Post-Master Family Nurse Practitioner Certificate
    Lehman College – Department of Nursing
    Bronx, NY
  • 2010 Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) – Adult Nurse Practitioner
    Columbia University – School of Nursing
    New York, NY
  • 2005 Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)
    Korea University – College of Nursing
    South Korea

Current License and Certification

  • 2011−present MD Board of Nursing Certified Registered Nurse Practitioner-
    ADULT
  • 2011−present MD Board of Nursing Registered Nurse
  • 2010−2020 American Association of Nurse Practitioner NP-C
  • 2010−present NY State Dept. Education Nurse Practitioner in Adult Health
  • 2008−present NY State Dept. Education Registered Nurse

Publications

Journal Articles, Refereed

  • Judge, M.P., Casavant, S.G., Juliana A.M. Dias, McGrath, J. Placental DHA transfer is
    reduced in diabetic pregnancies: exploring mechanistic underpinnings and long-term neurodevelopmental implications. Nutrition Reviews, 2016 VR Vol. 0(0):1–10 doi: 10.1093/nutrit/nuw006.

Book Chapters

  • Judge, M.P., Beck, C.T., Postpartum Depression (Chapter). Nutrition & Pregnancy. Humana Press, Totowa, NJ. (In Press)

Honors/Awards

Professional Activities