Jae Kyoung Kim
Mathematica Biosciences Institute
The Ohio State University
381 Jennings Hall
1735 Neil Ave.
Columbus, OH, 43210
I am a postdoctoral fellow in the Mathematical Biosciences Institute (a NSF Mathematical Sciences Institute) at the Ohio State University. I got my Ph. D. in Applied & Intredisciplinary Mathematics at University of Michigan under the direction of Daniel Forger, Victoria Booth and Trachette Jackson. Before coming to Michigan, I was an undergraduate at Seoul National University in Korea.
Mathematical Research Interests
- Dynamical systems: oscillations, coupled oscillators, and global stability analysis.
- Inverse problems: existence and uniquness of ODEs for given timecourses.
- Stochastic simulations: multi-timescale stochastic simulation algorithm.
- Parameter estimation of ODEs
Biological Research Interests
- Circadian rhythms: transcriptioinal and post-transcriptional regulation, temperature compensation, and synchronization.
- p53 oscillation: γ-irradiation induced p53 pulses, and circadian rhythms of p53.
- Systems pharmacology: the effect of CK1𝛿/ɛ inhibitor PF-670462 on circadian phase.
- Synthetic biology: genetic oscillations in synthetic bacterial microconsortia