June Kim

Post-Doctoral Fellow

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Ph.D. Epidemiology
Columbia University

M.H.S. Mental Health
Johns Hopkins University

B.A. Public Health
Johns Hopkins University

Dr. Kim is a post-doctoral fellow at ISPH. His prior work includes the role of stressful life events on alcohol craving, differences in nonmedical prescription drug use by educational attainment, and the association between gambling and risky sexual behaviors among inner-city adolescents. He has also written a methodological paper outlining design principles underlying traffic safety studies, as well as assessment of relative opioid positivity among fatally injured drivers crashing in states with and without medical marijuana laws. Dr. Kim completed his training in substance use epidemiology at Columbia University, as well as a postdoctoral fellowship with the Behavioral Science Training in Drug Abuse Research Fellowship at New York University.