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Kimberly T. Hung, MD

Academic Title:

Clinical Assistant Professor

Primary Appointment:


Education and Training


Undergraduate: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; BS

Medical School: Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine (Case Western School of Medicine); MD

Post Graduate Education and Training

Residency: Metrohealth/Case Western (Pediatrics)

Fellowship: Akron Children's Hospital (Developmental Behavioral Pediatrics)


Kimberly Hung is a Behavioral-Developmental Pediatrician in Baltimore, Maryland. After completing medical school at the Cleveland Clinic, she completed her pediatric residency at MetroHealth in Cleveland. She then completed a fellowship in Behavioral-Developmental Pediatrics at Akron Children's Hospital. Her clinical expertise is in treating behavioral problems in children with developmental disabilities (such as Autism, ADHD, Anxiety, Learning Disabilities, Intellectual Disability, Developmental Delays).

Research/Clinical Keywords

ASD, ADHD, Anxiety, Learning Disability, Intellectual Disability, Developmental Delay

Highlighted Publications

Hung KT, Branch JM, McManus MD, Brown M, Langkamp DL. Through the Webcam: Impact of Telehealth on Developmental and Behavioral Pediatric Fellowship Training. Journal of Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics 44(4):p e263-e268, May 2023.

Berisha SZ, Brubaker G, Kasumov T, Hung KT, DiBello P, Huang Y, Li L, Wiillard B, Hazen SL, Smith JD.. HDL from ApoA1 Transgenic Mice Expressing the 4WF Isoform Is Resistant to Oxidative Loss of Function. J Lipid Res. 2015;56:653-64.

Hung KT, Berisha S, Ritchey B, Santore J, Smith J. Red Blood Cells Play a Role in Reverse Cholesterol Transport. ATVB. 2012 Jun; 32(6): 1460-1465.

Jones CN, Wilkinson KA, Hung KT, Weeks KM, Spremulli LL. Lack of Secondary Structure Characterizes the 5' Ends of Mammalian Mitochondrial mRNAs. RNA. 2008 May; 14(5): 862-871.

Yonekura S, Ting CY, Neves G, Hung KT, Hsu SN, Chiba A, Chess A, Lee CH. The Variable Transmembrane Domain of Drosophila N-cadherin Regulates Adhesive Activity. Mol. Cell. Biol., 26 (2006), pp.6598-6608.