Center for Biophysics and Quantitative Biology

Sangjin Kim

Assistant Professor

Application of single-molecule microscopy to study gene expression in vitro and in vivo; and DNA supercoiling and transcription; spatial organization of gene expression inside a single bacterial cell

Research Interests

Research Description

Dr Kim's group studies the physical principles underlying molecular interactions and functions inside cells, focusing on how gene expression machines work together in the cellular context. Dr Kim's group developed new methodologies based on molecular, optical, and computational approaches and ask critical molecule-level questions that matter for living cells.


Searle Scholar (2020)