Ph.D., (2018), Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Toronto (Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy)
Honours Bachelor of Science (2012), Health and Disease and Psychology, University of Toronto.
- Foundations of Human Anatomy II (KPE-119)
- Determinants of Health (HSC-221)
- Biochemistry I: Structures and Functions of Biomolecules (BIO-361)
- Developmental Biology (BIO-363)
- Core Capstone Experience (CTS-410)
- Biochemistry II: Enzymes and Metabolism (BIO-462)
Gloria Kim has joined Redeemer as an assistant professor in 2020. Prior to joining the faculty, she worked in the pharmaceutical industry as a medical regulatory editor and also worked as a lecturer at the University of Toronto within the Pharmacy program. Along with teaching, she is presently serving as a member of the Center for Innovations and Entrepreneurship Working Group at Redeemer University.
- DNA kinetics
- Non-canonical DNA structures and their salt environment
NSERC (Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada) PGS Scholarship (2016-2018)
Lutan Liu, Byul G. Kim, Ujala Feroze, Robert Macgregor, and Tigran V. Chalikian, (2018). Probing the Ionic Atmosphere and Hydration of the c-MYC i-motif. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 140 (6), 2229-2238.
Lusine Aslanyan, Jordan Ko, Byul G. Kim, Ishkhan Vardanyan, Yeva B. Dalyan, and Tigran V. Chalikian, (2017). Effect of Urea on G-Quadruplex Stability. Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 121, 6511-6519.
Byul G. Kim and Tigran V. Chalikian, (2016) Thermodynamic linkage analysis of pH-induced folding and unfolding transitions of i-motifs. Biophysical Chemistry, 216, 19-22.
Byul G. Kim, Ji Long, David N. Dubins, and Tigran V. Chalikian, (2016). Ionic Effects on G-quadruplex Stability. Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 120 (22), 4963-4971.
Byul G. Kim, Heather M. Evans, David N. Dubins, and Tigran V. Chalikian, (2015). Effects of Salt on the Stability of a G-quadruplex from the Human C-MYC Promoter. Biochemistry, 54, 3420-3430.
Byul G. Kim, Yuen Lai Shek, Tigran V. Chalikian, (2015). Polyelectrolyte effects in G-quadruplexes. Biophysical Chemistry, 184, 95-100.