JUNG KIM LAB
Investigating Systemic Tumor-Host Interactions
The brain of tumor-bearing flies
The Jung Kim lab focuses on this fundamental question, "How do tumors actually kill their hosts?".
Using simple and powerful Drosophila cancer models,
we investigate the effects of tumor-induced systemic stress on host morbidity and mortality.
For more information, please visit our Research page.
We are actively hiring!!!
We are looking for motivated students and researchers at all levels:
Research Assistant (RA)
Master of Philosophy (MPhil)
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
For any inquiries, please send your CV to Dr. Jung Kim:
School BBQ at Whitehead
The first fly experiment in the Jung Kim Lab
Jung's seminar at HKUST
The Jung Kim lab has been initiated!
Office (L4-61, Laboratory block)
Lab (L4-38, Laboratory block)