Seungil Kim, PhD
Staff Scientist/ Microscopy Team Manager
seungil.kim@ellison.usc.edu
At the Ellison Institute, Seungil is a Staff Scientist in the Mumenthaler Laboratory, where he is studying the tumor microenvironment interactions using colorectal cancer patient-derived 3D organoids. Seungil also leads the Institute’s microscopy team, overseeing microscopy equipment usage and working to establish imaging based high-content drug screening platforms. Seungil earned his PhD in Developmental, Regenerative and Stem Cell Biology from Washington University in St. Louis. He completed his postdoc at UCSF in the Cell & Tissue Biology department. Outside of work, Seungil enjoys spending time with his wife and two sons at parks, playgrounds, and beaches. 
Seungil Kim, PhD
Staff Scientist/ Microscopy Team Manager
seungil.kim@ellison.usc.edu
At the Ellison Institute, Seungil is a Staff Scientist in the Mumenthaler Laboratory, where he is studying the tumor microenvironment interactions using colorectal cancer patient-derived 3D organoids. Seungil also leads the Institute’s microscopy team, overseeing microscopy equipment usage and working to establish imaging based high-content drug screening platforms. Seungil earned his PhD in Developmental, Regenerative and Stem Cell Biology from Washington University in St. Louis. He completed his postdoc at UCSF in the Cell & Tissue Biology department. Outside of work, Seungil enjoys spending time with his wife and two sons at parks, playgrounds, and beaches.