Kathy Molnar-Kimber loves to teach and ignite enthusiasm for a subject, including rheumatoid arthritis.
As a teacher or professor (Dr. Kathy Molnar-Kimber), I encouraged my students to ask questions and search for possible solutions. Then check each solution.
More recently I'm blessed with being a parent and Girl Scout leader. I continually like to expand the vision and insights of everyone--young, mature, all-- for health, nature, nutrition and sports.
Teaching experience of Dr. Kathy Molnar-Kimber:
My formal teaching experience is:
Faculty Member, Immunology Graduate Group, Univ. of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA (1998-2002)
Immunology 508, “Transplantation” Lecture (2 hr), seminar, 1 hr./ year
Bioethics Seminar, 2001. Univ. of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA (1996-2002)
Adjunct Professor, Delaware Valley College, Doylestown, PA, Taught "Introduction to
Biotechnology" to undergraduates in Fall, 1991.
Teaching Assistant, University of Pennsylvania for undergraduate laboratory courses of
“Microbiology” and “Introduction to Cell Biology” during 1978-1979 while in graduate school.
My oral presentations at scientific meetings or various research establishments (Universities, Pharmaceutical Companies, Biotechnology Companies) are listed here.
Informal teaching experience:
Gave lively slide presentations and lead discussions on AIDS and the HIV virus to 2 local church groups.
Gave lively slide presentations and lead discussion on Landscaping with natives and how to embellish Abington Friends Meeting Landscape.
Plan and lead very interactive GS meetings for brownies (2003-2006) and Juniors GS (2006-2007), every other week during school year.
I also received an “Outstanding Volunteer Award” from Girl Scouts for my service in 2005.
Some of Dr. Kathy Molnar-Kimber 's Awards and Honors for Scientists
Temporary Advisor, World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland. Potential Use of Live Vectors for Vaccines Biological requirements, Medical Constraints, June, 1989.
23rd International Herpes Workshop. Best poster for Viral Vectors and Gene Therapy (1998)
Mentor for G. Coukos, "Glaxo-Welcome" Clinical Research Scholar Award, AACR (1998).
Grant Reviewer for National Cancer Institute (1999 to 2006, and likely 2007)
Membership of Dr. Kathy Molnar-Kimber in Scientific Organizations:
American Association for the Advancement of Science,
American Society of Microbiologists,
Inflammation Research Association,
American Society of Gene Therapy, and
American Association for Cancer Research.
Dr. Kathy Molnar-Kimber 's Organizing roles in scientific meetings:
Nov. 8-12, 1996 International Conference of the Inflammation Research Association, Committee chairman, Hershey, PA
May/June, 1999. Annual Meeting of the American Society of Gene Therapy, reviewer for abstracts on Cancer Gene Therapy, chaired session.
May 31-June 5, 2000. Annual Meeting of the American Society of Gene Therapy, coordinating reviewer for abstracts on Cancer Gene Therapy and Apoptosis, chaired session.
May 30-June 5, 2001. Annual Meeting of the American Society of Gene Therapy, coordinating reviewer for abstracts on Cancer Gene Therapy and Apoptosis, chaired session.
June 5-9, 2002. Annual Meeting of the American Society of Gene Therapy, reviewer for abstracts on Cancer Gene Therapy, Oncolysis and Gene Replacement Therapy, chaired session.
In summary, my broad research experience includes over 20 years in the pharmaceutical industry and biotechnology industry and at a University. Dr. Kathy Molnar-Kimber has published over 50 scientific manuscripts.
Everyday, I focus my scientific background and training (what questions to ask, view each aspect of disease from many perspectives, view theories with an open mind) to provide you a review of rheumatoid arthritis and new insights.
As a RA patient also, I continually search for new insights that helps you and me further improve our health.
Fortunately, I've learned enough to improve my health so that I dance a small part in a local production of the Nutcracker Ballet (adults in the party scene) for the last 4 years.
If you have questions about rheumatoid arthritis, please send them to me because others just like you may also have those questions. Your question may also spur further research that leads to new ideas and ultimately a cure.
Please note that the information on this website is a sharing of information and knowledge from the research and experience of Dr. Molnar-Kimber and her community. It is not intended to replace your one on one relationship with a qualified health care professional. It also is not intended to be medical advice. However, it is often observed that patients who take a major interest in their disease and learn as much as they can about their disease and potential treatments often improve faster than those who don’t. Dr. Molnar-Kimber encourages you to make your own health care decisions based upon your own research and discussions with your qualified health care professional.