Gene Kim


Gene Kim, MD

University of Chicago Medicine

Assistant Professor of Medicine - Program Director, Advanced Heart Failure Fellowship

Dr. Kim is a cardiologist with the Advanced heart failure, Cardiac transplant, and Mechanical Circulatory Support Program at the University of Chicago Medicine. He is Assistant Professor of Medicine and the Advanced Heart Failure Fellowship Program Director. His medical school, residency, and fellowship training were completed at the University of Chicago. Dr. Kim’s research interests include the genetic and epigenetic regulation of heart failure and arrhythmogenesis with publications on the role of microRNAs in cardiomyopathy. His interests also include myocardial recovery, extracellular matrix in failing myocardium, and the role of inflammation and angiogenesis in LVAD patients. He has published over 100 articles and book chapters and is an investigator in numerous clinical trials.

Chicago, United States

My Schedule

09:10 am

Live Virtual Q&A Session with Panel

Panelists: Indra Bole, MD; Bryan Smith, MD; Sandeep Nathan, MD; Tae H. Song, MD; Justin Okray, PA-C

02:45 pm

Live Virtual Q&A Session with Panel

Panelists: Ashley Loethen, PharmD; John Blair, MD; Lynne Warner Stevenson, MD; Rachel I. Lavelle, PharmD