Eunyu Kim's principal research interest is understanding how plants cope with environmental stresses to improve crop resilience and develop better crops. She has mainly focused on regulating stress-responsive mechanisms and their potential application in Arabidopsis, rice and hot pepper. These studies were published in high-impact journals and generated numerous international patents. She has obtained three research grants as a principal investigator in South Korea and China.
Kim got her Ph.D. at Yonsei University in South Korea. After a short postdoctoral training period, she worked as a research professor at Yonsei University. Before joining Duke Kunshan, she was a research associate professor at the Center for Excellence of Molecular Plant Sciences (CEMPS), Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), Shanghai.
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