Jonathan Kim

Principal Biostatistician, Novartis

Graduate, Division of Biostatistics and Health Data Science, University of Minnesota

About Me

I am a Principal Biostatistician with Novartis in East Hanover, New Jersey, working on drug development in immunology

I grew up in Plano, Texas and attended the University of Oklahoma for my undergraduate degrees in economics and mathematics. I attended the University of Minnesota for my PhD in biostatistics. 

My research interests include methods for analyzing high-dimensional "omics" data, statistical learning, and Bayesian inference. My research experience includes TRACK-FA, a study on Friedreich's ataxia; using Bayesian Additive Regression Trees (BART) to classify pathogens in pediatric gastroenteritis as well as cardiovascular epidemiology projects involving the Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities (ARIC) study. 

In 2021, I interned with Medtronic, where I curated a digital library of articles and tutorials on missing data methods. 

In 2023, I interned with Eli Lilly and Co. working on a project for modeling dose-response curves in early phase clinical trials. 


Ph.D, Biostatistics, University of Minnesota, November 2023

B.S. in Mathematics, University of Oklahoma, May 2018

B.A., Economics, University of Oklahoma, May 2018


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My CV/Resume (PDF), current as of December 2023

My Advisor: Eric F. Lock