Departments & Organizations
Internal Medicine: Allergy & Clinical Immunology | Interstitial Lung Disease (ILD) Program | Rheumatology: Rheumatic Diseases Research Core | Rheumatology, Allergy, & Clinical Immunology: Allergy & Clinical Immunology; Rheumatology: Rheumatic Diseases Research Core
Dr. Insoo Kang is Associate Professor of Medicine (Rheumatology) at Yale University School of Medicine. He completed his post-graduate training in rheumatology and at Yale. He has been on the faculty at Yale School of Medicine since 1999. He is a physician scientist with a research interest in understanding the human immune system using biological samples and clinical data. In particular, Dr. Kang has defined subsets of T cells with distinct cellular characteristics based on the expression of cytokine receptors on T cells in health and disease as well as the interactions of such cell subsets with monocytes and other immune cells.
Education & Training
|MD||Hallym University (1990)|
|Fellow||Yale University School of Medicine|
|Resident||Hospital of Saint Raphael|
Connective Tissue Disease South Korea (2008)
Dr. Insoo Kang is collaborating with Section of Rheumatology at Catholic University of Korea on T-cell immunity in connective tissue diseases.