• Portrait of Julian Kim.
  • Assistant professor

    Max Rady College of Medicine
    Radiology
    University of Manitoba
    GA216 – 820 Sherbrook Street
    Health Sciences Centre
    Winnipeg, Manitoba R3E 0W2

    Phone: 204-787-4760
    Fax: 204-787-2080
    julian.kim@umanitoba.ca

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Dr. Kim’s research focuses on the development, operation and analysis of phase 2 and phase 3 investigator-initiated clinical trials in oncology geared towards improving cure rates, reducing treatment related toxicity, or detecting cancer early so that it can be managed better. He currently has prospective clinical trials in prostate, lung cancer, breast cancer and esophageal cancer which are testing interventions such as metformin in high risk prostate cancer and high-precision real-time radiofrequency guidance techniques for stereotactic body radiotherapy of moving lung tumours. Dr. Kim has developed knowledge translation projects aimed at increasing the sustainable use of radiotherapy resources with the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer. Dr. Kim also has an interest in breast cancer risk assessment and prevention through lifestyle modification and the use of preventative medications.

Biography

Dr. Kim is a clinician-scientist and radiation oncologist at CancerCare Manitoba with a cross appointment to the radiology department of the Max Rady College of Medicine. His clinical duties include the care of cancer patients with lung, breast, prostate and esophgeal cancers. His desire to improve treatment outcomes for the patients he serves inspires the development of his clinical trials. Dr. Kim is originally from Winnipeg, Manitoba and previously trained and worked as a chemical engineer and Maritime Surface Officer in the Royal Canadian Navy. Dr. Kim is married with three children. 

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Radiology
Room GA216, 820 Sherbrook Street
University of Manitoba
Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2 Canada

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