Brian Chinnock, MD

Title(s)Professor, Emergency Medicine - Fresno
SchoolSchool of Medicine
Address155 N Fresno Street, #001
Fresno CA 93701
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    Brian Chinnock, MD, RDMS
    Research Director, Emergency Medicine, UCSF Fresno
    Clinical Professor of Emergency Medicine, UCSF
    Director, SJV PRIME Arch, UCSF Fresno

    Brian Chinnock, MD, is board certified in Emergency Medicine.

    He earned his medical degree at University of Arizona, Tucson. His residency in Emergency Medicine was completed at University of California, San Francisco, Fresno where he served as a chief resident.

    Dr. Chinnock has won many teaching awards including Top Resident Teacher and Top Medical Student Teacher at UCSF Fresno Department of Emergency Medicine and Outstanding Faculty Award at Texas Tech Health Sciences Center. He has also won the Faculty Research Award and the Henry J. Kaiser for Excellence in Teaching Award.

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    1. Effectiveness of a bivalent mRNA vaccine dose against symptomatic SARS-CoV-2 infection among U.S. Healthcare personnel, September 2022-May 2023. Vaccine. 2024 Apr 11; 42(10):2543-2552. Plumb ID, Briggs Hagen M, Wiegand R, Dumyati G, Myers C, Harland KK, Krishnadasan A, James Gist J, Abedi G, Fleming-Dutra KE, Chea N, Lee JE, Kellogg M, Edmundson A, Britton A, Wilson LE, Lovett SA, Ocampo V, Markus TM, Smithline HA, Hou PC, Lee LC, Mower W, Rwamwejo F, Steele MT, Lim SC, Schrading WA, Chinnock B, Beiser DG, Faine B, Haran JP, Nandi U, Chipman AK, LoVecchio F, Eucker S, Femling J, Fuller M, Rothman RE, Curlin ME, Talan DA, Mohr NM, Vaccine Effectiveness among Healthcare Personnel Study Team. PMID: 37973512; PMCID: PMC10994739.
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    2. Effectiveness of a Messenger RNA Vaccine Booster Dose Against Coronavirus Disease 2019 Among US Healthcare Personnel, October 2021-July 2022. Open Forum Infect Dis. 2023 Oct; 10(10):ofad457. Plumb ID, Mohr NM, Hagen M, Wiegand R, Dumyati G, Harland KK, Krishnadasan A, Gist JJ, Abedi G, Fleming-Dutra KE, Chea N, Lee J, Barter D, Brackney M, Fridkin SK, Wilson LE, Lovett SA, Ocampo V, Phipps EC, Marcus TM, Smithline HA, Hou PC, Lee LC, Moran GJ, Krebs E, Steele MT, Lim SC, Schrading WA, Chinnock B, Beiser DG, Faine B, Haran JP, Nandi U, Chipman AK, LoVecchio F, Talan DA, Pilishvili T. PMID: 37799130; PMCID: PMC10549208.
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    3. Ramipril for the Treatment of COVID-19: RAMIC, a Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Clinical Trial. Adv Ther. 2023 11; 40(11):4805-4816. Huang DQ, Ajmera V, Tomaszewski C, LaFree A, Bettencourt R, Thompson WK, Smith DM, Malhotra A, Mehta RL, Tolia V, Yin J, Insel PA, Leachman S, Jung J, Collier S, Richards L, Woods K, Amangurbanova M, Bhatt A, Zhang X, Penciu OM, Zarich S, Retta T, Harkins MS, Teixeira JP, Chinnock B, Utay NS, Lake JE, Loomba R. PMID: 37615850; PMCID: PMC10709987.
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    4. Facemasks: Perceptions and use in an ED population during COVID-19. PLoS One. 2022; 17(4):e0266148. Eswaran V, Chang AM, Wilkerson RG, O'Laughlin KN, Chinnock B, Eucker SA, Baumann BM, Anaya N, Miller DG, Haggins AN, Torres JR, Anderson ES, Lim SC, Caldwell MT, Raja AS, Rodriguez RM, REVVED-UP Investigators. PMID: 35417505; PMCID: PMC9007380.
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    5. Effectiveness of mRNA Covid-19 Vaccine among U.S. Health Care Personnel. N Engl J Med. 2021 12 16; 385(25):e90. Pilishvili T, Gierke R, Fleming-Dutra KE, Farrar JL, Mohr NM, Talan DA, Krishnadasan A, Harland KK, Smithline HA, Hou PC, Lee LC, Lim SC, Moran GJ, Krebs E, Steele MT, Beiser DG, Faine B, Haran JP, Nandi U, Schrading WA, Chinnock B, Henning DJ, Lovecchio F, Lee J, Barter D, Brackney M, Fridkin SK, Marceaux-Galli K, Lim S, Phipps EC, Dumyati G, Pierce R, Markus TM, Anderson DJ, Debes AK, Lin MY, Mayer J, Kwon JH, Safdar N, Fischer M, Singleton R, Chea N, Magill SS, Verani JR, Schrag SJ, Vaccine Effectiveness among Healthcare Personnel Study Team. PMID: 34551224; PMCID: PMC8482809.
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    6. The Rapid Evaluation of COVID-19 Vaccination in Emergency Departments for Underserved Patients Study. Ann Emerg Med. 2021 10; 78(4):502-510. Rodriguez RM, Torres JR, Chang AM, Haggins AN, Eucker SA, O'Laughlin KN, Anderson E, Miller DG, Wilkerson RG, Caldwell M, Lim SC, Raja AS, Baumann BM, Graterol J, Eswaran V, Chinnock B, REVVED UP Investigators. PMID: 34272104; PMCID: PMC8165082.
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    7. Interim Estimates of Vaccine Effectiveness of Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna COVID-19 Vaccines Among Health Care Personnel - 33 U.S. Sites, January-March 2021. MMWR Morb Mortal Wkly Rep. 2021 May 21; 70(20):753-758. Pilishvili T, Fleming-Dutra KE, Farrar JL, Gierke R, Mohr NM, Talan DA, Krishnadasan A, Harland KK, Smithline HA, Hou PC, Lee LC, Lim SC, Moran GJ, Krebs E, Steele M, Beiser DG, Faine B, Haran JP, Nandi U, Schrading WA, Chinnock B, Henning DJ, LoVecchio F, Nadle J, Barter D, Brackney M, Britton A, Marceaux-Galli K, Lim S, Phipps EC, Dumyati G, Pierce R, Markus TM, Anderson DJ, Debes AK, Lin M, Mayer J, Babcock HM, Safdar N, Fischer M, Singleton R, Chea N, Magill SS, Verani J, Schrag S, Vaccine Effectiveness Among Healthcare Personnel Study Team. PMID: 34014909; PMCID: PMC8136422.
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    8. Self-obtained vaginal swabs are not inferior to provider-performed endocervical sampling for emergency department diagnosis of Neisseria gonorrhoeae and Chlamydia trachomatis. Acad Emerg Med. 2021 06; 28(6):612-620. Chinnock B, Yore M, Mason J, Kremer M, Farshidpour L, Lopez D, Castaneda J. PMID: 33460481.
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    9. Emergency physician stressors, concerns, and behavioral changes during COVID-19: A longitudinal study. Acad Emerg Med. 2021 03; 28(3):314-324. Baumann BM, Cooper RJ, Medak AJ, Lim S, Chinnock B, Frazier R, Roberts BW, Epel ES, Rodriguez RM. PMID: 33492755; PMCID: PMC8014663.
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    10. Academic Emergency Medicine Physicians' Anxiety Levels, Stressors, and Potential Stress Mitigation Measures During the Acceleration Phase of the COVID-19 Pandemic. Acad Emerg Med. 2020 08; 27(8):700-707. Rodriguez RM, Medak AJ, Baumann BM, Lim S, Chinnock B, Frazier R, Cooper RJ. PMID: 32569419; PMCID: PMC7361565.
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    11. Sensitivity of a bedside reagent strip for the detection of spontaneous bacterial peritonitis in ED patients with ascites. Am J Emerg Med. 2019 12; 37(12):2155-2158. Chinnock B, Woolard RE, Hendey GW, Crawford S, Mainis L, Vo D, Wells RN, Ramirez R, Bengiamin DI. PMID: 30737002.
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    12. Debriefing: An Expert Panel's How-to Guide. Ann Emerg Med. 2017 09; 70(3):320-322.e1. Chinnock B, Mullan PC, Zinns LE, Rose S, Brown F, Kessler D, Grock A, Mason J. PMID: 28844258.
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    13. Irrigation of Cutaneous Abscesses Does Not Improve Treatment Success. Ann Emerg Med. 2016 Mar; 67(3):379-83. Chinnock B, Hendey GW. PMID: 26416494.
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    14. Clinical impression and ascites appearance do not rule out bacterial peritonitis. J Emerg Med. 2013 May; 44(5):903-9. Chinnock B, Hendey GW, Minnigan H, Butler J, Afarian H. PMID: 23473819.
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    15. Ultrasound-guided reduction of distal radius fractures. J Emerg Med. 2011 Mar; 40(3):308-12. Chinnock B, Khaletskiy A, Kuo K, Hendey GW. PMID: 19959315.
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    16. A comparison of GlideScope video laryngoscopy versus direct laryngoscopy intubation in the emergency department. Acad Emerg Med. 2009 Sep; 16(9):866-71. Platts-Mills TF, Campagne D, Chinnock B, Snowden B, Glickman LT, Hendey GW. PMID: 19664096.
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    17. Gram's stain of peritoneal fluid is rarely helpful in the evaluation of the ascites patient. Ann Emerg Med. 2009 Jul; 54(1):78-82. Chinnock B, Fox C, Hendey GW. PMID: 19201060.
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    18. Peritoneal fluid cultures rarely alter management in patients with ascites. J Emerg Med. 2011 Jan; 40(1):21-4. Chinnock B, Gomez R, Hendey GW. PMID: 18814999.
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    19. Physician clinical impression does not rule out spontaneous bacterial peritonitis in patients undergoing emergency department paracentesis. Ann Emerg Med. 2008 Sep; 52(3):268-73. Chinnock B, Afarian H, Minnigan H, Butler J, Hendey GW. PMID: 18433932.
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    20. Can clear ascitic fluid appearance rule out spontaneous bacterial peritonitis? Am J Emerg Med. 2007 Oct; 25(8):934-7. Chinnock B, Hendey GW. PMID: 17920980.
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    21. Predictors of success in nurse-performed ultrasound-guided cannulation. J Emerg Med. 2007 Nov; 33(4):401-5. Chinnock B, Thornton S, Hendey GW. PMID: 17976752.
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    22. Chylothorax: case report and review of the literature. J Emerg Med. 2003 Apr; 24(3):259-62. Chinnock BF. PMID: 12676293.
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    23. Clinicopathological conference: multisystem failure in a child. Acad Emerg Med. 2000 Feb; 7(2):169-73. Chan L, Chinnock B. PMID: 10691076.
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