Nora Kim, MD

Dr. Nora Kim was born in Atlanta and raised in Seoul, South Korea, and Vancouver, Canada. She graduated from Dartmouth College in 2012 with an A.B. in Neuroscience with Honors and Sociology where she also completed a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Research Fellowship focusing on bioinformatics in ALS. She spent two years studying Parkinson’s disease in the lab of Dr. Dennis Selkoe at Brigham and Women’s Hospital before attending and graduating from Rush Medical College in Chicago in 2018. In medical school, she worked with Dr. Richard Byrne to study intraoperative brain mapping and was inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society. In her spare time, Dr. Kim enjoys playing piano and violin, running, trying new restaurants, collecting passport stamps, and spending time with family and friends. She is excited to train at NYU as she believes that NYU provides the perfect combination of operative training and research opportunities in an incredibly supportive environment.