Dr. Eun-Hee Kim is a nuclear engineer with a specialty in radiation protection. She was enrolled as a Ph.D. student in Health Physics Program at Texas A&M University in early 1990s. She contributed to the safe use of radioisotopes on medical purposes while working as a research scientist at Korea Institute of Radiological and Medical Sciences until early 2000s. Currently, as an associate professor in Department of Nuclear Engineering at Seoul National University in Korea (Rep. of), she is in charge of education and research in the field of Radiation Engineering and Radiation Protection. She is an executive editor of “Nuclear Engineering and Technology,” the international journal of Korean Nuclear Society, and a member of Board of Trustees for the Korea Institute of Nuclear Nonproliferation and Control.