Gregory Chin

  • Current Program Year: MS2
  • M.D./Ph.D. Program Students, School of Medicine


Research interests: Neuroscience, behavioral neuroscience, immunology, systems neuroscience
Clinical interests: Neurology, psychiatry, family medicine, integrative medicine

Education and training

    • B.A., 2016, University of California, Berkeley
  • Fellowship

    • Global Poverty and Practice Minor Fellowship, 2015
    • UC Berkeley Summer Undergraduate Research Fellow, 2014


Selected publications

  • Vainchtein ID*, Chin G*, Cho F, Kelley KW, Miller JG, Chien E, Liddelow SA, Nguyen P, Inoue H, Dorman L, Akil O, Joshita S, Barres BA, Paz JT, Molofsky AB, Molofsky AV (2018). Astrocyte-derived Interleukin-33 promotes microglial synapse engulfment and neural circuit development. Science 359:1269-1273.
  • Kim EH*, Chin G*, Rong G, Poskanzer KE, and Clark HA (2018). Optical probes for neurobiological sensing and imaging. Accounts of Chemical Research. 10.1021/acs.accounts.7b00564
  • Senatorov VV*, Friedman AR*, Milikovsky DZ, Ofer J, Saar-Ashkenazy R, Charbash, A, Jahan N, Chin G, Mihaly E, Lin JM, Ramsay HJ, Moghbel A, Preininger MK, Eddings CR, Harrison HV, Veksler R, Becker A, Hart B, Rogawski MA, Dillin A, Friedman A, and Kaufer D (2019). Blood-Brain Barrier Dysfunction in Aging Induces Hyperactivation of TGFβ Signaling and Chronic yet Reversible Neural Dysfunction Science Translational Medicine DOI:10.1126/scitranslmed.aaw8283


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