- PhD: Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO (2007)
- Residency: University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA (2015)
Certified by the American Board of Radiology in Therapeutic Medical Physics (2016).
Taeho Kim, PhD, DABR, is an associate professor of radiation oncology and joined the medical physics faculty in 2018. He currently has two primary interests in medical physics research: MRI-guided radiotherapy and respiratory motion management in clinical practice. Dr. Kim received his PhD in Physics in 2007 from Washington University in St. Louis. He completed two post-doctoral fellowships, one in MRI (Radiology, University of Utah) and the other in radiation therapy (Radiation Oncology, Stanford University). He completed his Medical Physics residency in the CAMPEP-accredited medical physics program at the University of Virginia. He worked on several medical physics research projects including respiratory motion management using MRI-guided audiovisual biofeedback, an integrated MRI-linear accelerator project and quasi-breath-hold biofeedback in Radiation Oncology. He has extensive clinical research experience in medical physics and MRI from several universities.