Esser-Kahn Group

Jeremiah Kim

Growing up in the north suburbs of Chicago, Jeremiah ventured slightly south to obtain a BA/MS in Chemistry at Northwestern University where he studied under Emily Weiss and Andrew Lee. As a Wildcat, he investigated how to develop Quantum Dot sensors of pH and acetylation. After graduating in 2019, he was drawn slightly more south to the Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering and pivoted towards an immuno-engineering path due to a desire to solve real world problems. In the Esser-Kahn lab, he works to discover novel adjuvants that will be able to decrease inflammation and increase the efficacy of vaccines. In his free time, he loves to hang out with friends and eat!



Northwestern University; Evanston, IL; 2019

Professor Emily Weiss and Professor Andrew Lee



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