Raymond Kim received his MD/PhD from the University of Toronto with Dr. Tak W. Mak in Medical Biophysics. He then completed a residency in Internal Medicine, followed by a fellowship in Medical Genetics at The Hospital for Sick Children. His clinical interests lie in the transition of care, complex multidisciplinary care and adult hereditary disorders. His research incorporates novel genomic technologies in clinical care including whole genome sequencing and circulating DNA. He is Medical Director of Cancer Early Detection and the Bhalwani Familial Cancer Clinic at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre. He is also the PI of the Ontario Hereditary Cancer Research Network at the Ontario Institute for Cancer Research and Provincial Head of the Provincial Genetics Program at Ontario Health.
Whole genome sequencing and cell-free DNA
Clinician Scientist, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre
Cancer Clinical Research Unit (CCRU), Princess Margaret Cancer Centre
Associate Professor, Department of Medicine, University of Toronto
Project Investigator, SickKids Research Institute
Leader, Ontario Hereditary Cancer Research Network, Ontario Institute for Cancer Research