Jinman Kim is a senior researcher at MIRALab - UNIGE currently involved in the 3D Anatomical Human project as an experienced researcher. He received his BSsc (Honours1) degree in computer science and technology in 2001, and continued his study into a Ph.D. (Science) degree in 2005 working in the Biomedical and Multimedia Information Technology (BMIT) research group, University of Sydney, Australia. From 2006 until 2007, he was in charge of a research commercialisation project, together with the Royal Prince Alfred (RPA) Hospital, which involved the research and development of a biomedical visualization system that is designed to work with large and complex image sets. In 2008, he was awarded a prestigious Australian research council postdoctoral (APD) fellowship on a project titled: Innovative visualization of next-generation biomedical images. He is also a unit coordinator for a Master of IT unit of study - Project Management in IT.
His research interests includes: Scientific visualization and complex data presentation, Multi-dimensional biomedical image processing; multi-modal image representation, m-health.