Kim enjoys all aspects of research collaboration including relationship development, trial planning/strategy and the full execution of clinical studies. She has worked with a multitude of organizations ranging from universities, small start-up companies to large medical technology companies (Medtronic, Boston Scientific, Covidien) managing US and OUS clinical study activities. Kim holds a Bachelor of Science degree in health promotion/wellness from the University of Wisconsin- Stevens Point and a Master of Science in biotechnology from the University of Wisconsin – Madison. She enjoys getting back to Wisconsin and has served on the Wisconsin Technology Innovation Initiative (Wi2) investment board allocating seed funding and evaluating technology focused on Alzheimer’s disease. Kim lives in Minnetonka, MN where she appreciates the many lakes and parks that make it easy to get outside every day and the numerous brew pubs. Kim enjoys hiking, running, skiing, reading, and traveling the world.