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Kim Johnson

Kimberly Johnson

Associate Professor
 
 
 
PhD, Graduate School University of Minnesota
  • Research Interests:

  • Epidemiology
  • Human genetics
  • Cancer
  • Health policy
  • Cancer
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Kim Johnson

Kim Johnson is a cancer epidemiologist with over a decade of experience conducting cancer research. Her experience includes designing and managing projects, collecting and organizing data, conducting analyses using a number of different statistical tools, supervising staff, and mentoring students/trainees across levels (undergraduate, masters-level, PhD, MD and residents) from project conception to completion. She has spent much of her research career focused on the etiology of pediatric cancer in both the general and high-risk (Neurofibromatosis Type 1) populations. She has more recently become engaged in research relating to disparities in access to care among children and young adults diagnosed with cancer. She also collaborates with Washington University genomics researchers on the discovery of genomic risk factors for cancer in both adults and children.

Johnson is a member of the Institute for Public Health, Siteman Cancer Center and the American Association for Cancer Research. She has a secondary appointment in the Department of Pediatrics at the Washington University School of Medicine.

Johnson teaches Foundations in Public Health: Epidemiology and Advanced Data Analysis and is chair of the Epidemiology and Biostatistics specialization in the Brown School's Master of Public Health program.

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Child in Rural Setting

Study Finds Urban and Rural Rates of Childhood Cancer Survival are the Same

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Public Health Cancer Study

Increase Subgroup Samples in Genetic Data of Cancer Patients

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