- Division of Translational and Clinical Sciences – DTCS
- Review Branch:
- Integrative Vascular Biology and Hematology – IVBH
- Study Section:
- Fellowships: Physiology and Pathobiology of Cardiovascular and Respiratory Systems – F10A
Dr. Kimm Hamann received his M.S. and Ph.D. in ornithology and parasite immunology, respectively, from the University of Minnesota. He then trained at the Mayo Clinic as a research fellow and research associate. In Mayo’s Department of Immunology, Dr. Hamann’s research focused on the molecular biology of the eosinophil. Before coming to NIH, Dr. Hamann spent more than 21 years at the University of Chicago as an NIH-funded principal investigator studying the role of eosinophils and other immune cells in respiratory diseases and later, the mechanisms underlying cell death in cardiovascular diseases. Dr. Hamann also taught undergraduate and graduate level courses on animal models of human diseases and on cell injury and repair, and he served as the Director of Basic Sciences for the University’s Emergency Resuscitation Center. He also served as a regular member of MIM from 2004 to 2008.