Eva Gillis-Buck, MD, MPhil

Title(s)Resident, Surgery
SchoolSchool of Medicine
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    Harvard University, Cambridge, MABA06/2012Developmental Biology; Gender Studies
    University of Cambridge, Cambridge, EnglandMPhil06/2013History and Philosophy of Science
    University of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, CAMD06/2020
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    2020Alpha Omega Alpha
    UCSF2020Steinhart Award
    UCSF2020Dean's Prize in Research
    UCSF J. Engelbert Dunphy Resident Research Symposium2019Best Abstract Presentation
    2016Markowski-Leach Scholarship
    UCLA Thinking Gender Conference2015Best Paper Prize
    Harvard University2012Lt. Charles Fiske III Scholarship
    Harvard University2012Thomas T. Hoopes Prize
    Harvard University2012Extraordinary Thesis Prize in Developmental Biology
    Harvard University2012Jane C. Grant Prize in Gender Studies

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    Eva Gillis-Buck is a general surgery resident at UCSF. Dr. Gillis-Buck has a BA with double major in Developmental Biology and Gender Studies from Harvard University, an MPhil in History and Philosophy of Science from Cambridge University, and received her MD from the University of California, San Francisco in 2020. Her research interests include maternal-fetal immunology, transplant immunology, and feminist science studies.

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    1. Maternal-fetal microchimerism as a durable but finite and replaceable alloantigen reservoir. Am J Transplant. 2024 Apr; 24(4):512-513. Gillis-Buck EM, Gardner JM. PMID: 38556430.
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    2. Thymic and extrathymic Aire-expressing cells in maternal-fetal tolerance. Immunol Rev. 2022 07; 308(1):93-104. Sun IH, Gillis-Buck E, Mackenzie TC, Gardner JM. PMID: 35535447.
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    3. Extrathymic Aire-expressing cells support maternal-fetal tolerance. Sci Immunol. 2021 07 16; 6(61). Gillis-Buck E, Miller H, Sirota M, Sanders SJ, Ntranos V, Anderson MS, Gardner JM, MacKenzie TC. PMID: 34272228; PMCID: PMC9363019.
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    4. Ex vivo human testes as a practical model to simulate ultrasound-guided testicular cell transplantation for human fertility restoration. F&S Science. 2021; 2(2). Yang, H., Lindsey II, J. P., Gillis-Buck, E. M., Srirangapatanam, S., Rosen, J. E., Hussein, A. A., & Smith, J. F.
    5. Ex vivo human testes as a practical model to simulate ultrasound-guided testicular cell transplantation for human fertility restoration. F S Sci. 2021 05; 2(2):135-140. Yang H, Lindsey JP, Gillis-Buck EM, Srirangapatanam S, Rosen JE, Hussein AA, Smith JF. PMID: 35559748.
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    6. Basal impulses: findings from the last twenty years on impulsivity and reward pathways using deep brain stimulation. J Neurosurg Sci. 2020 Dec; 64(6):544-551. Upadhyayula PS, Rennert RC, Martin JR, Yue JK, Yang J, Gillis-Buck EM, Sidhu N, Cheung CK, Lee AT, Hoshide RR, Ciacci JD. PMID: 32972108.
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    7. Evaluation of SARS-CoV-2 serology assays reveals a range of test performance. Nat Biotechnol. 2020 10; 38(10):1174-1183. Whitman JD, Hiatt J, Mowery CT, Shy BR, Yu R, Yamamoto TN, Rathore U, Goldgof GM, Whitty C, Woo JM, Gallman AE, Miller TE, Levine AG, Nguyen DN, Bapat SP, Balcerek J, Bylsma SA, Lyons AM, Li S, Wong AW, Gillis-Buck EM, Steinhart ZB, Lee Y, Apathy R, Lipke MJ, Smith JA, Zheng T, Boothby IC, Isaza E, Chan J, Acenas DD, Lee J, Macrae TA, Kyaw TS, Wu D, Ng DL, Gu W, York VA, Eskandarian HA, Callaway PC, Warrier L, Moreno ME, Levan J, Torres L, Farrington LA, Loudermilk RP, Koshal K, Zorn KC, Garcia-Beltran WF, Yang D, Astudillo MG, Bernstein BE, Gelfand JA, Ryan ET, Charles RC, Iafrate AJ, Lennerz JK, Miller S, Chiu CY, Stramer SL, Wilson MR, Manglik A, Ye CJ, Krogan NJ, Anderson MS, Cyster JG, Ernst JD, Wu AHB, Lynch KL, Bern C, Hsu PD, Marson A. PMID: 32855547; PMCID: PMC7740072.
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    8. Hospital complications and costs of spinal arteriovenous malformations in the United States from 2002-2014. J Neurosurg Sci. 2021 Feb; 65(1):54-62. Yue JK, Deng H, Winkler EA, Ordaz A, Gillis-Buck EM, Lee YM, Safaee MM, Abla AA, Huang MC, Dhall SS. PMID: 30259720.
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    9. Apolipoprotein E Epsilon 4 Genotype, Mild Traumatic Brain Injury, and the Development of Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy. Med Sci (Basel). 2018 Sep 14; 6(3). Deng H, Ordaz A, Upadhyayula PS, Gillis-Buck EM, Suen CG, Melhado CG, Mohammed N, Lam T, Yue JK. PMID: 30223506; PMCID: PMC6163513.
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    10. Caveolin1 Identifies a Specific Subpopulation of Cerebral Cortex Callosal Projection Neurons (CPN) Including Dual Projecting Cortical Callosal/Frontal Projection Neurons (CPN/FPN). eNeuro. 2018 Jan-Feb; 5(1). MacDonald JL, Fame RM, Gillis-Buck EM, Macklis JD. PMID: 29379878; PMCID: PMC5780842.
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    11. The LGBTQI health forum: an innovative interprofessional initiative to support curriculum reform. Med Educ Online. 2017; 22(1):1306419. Braun HM, Ramirez D, Zahner GJ, Gillis-Buck EM, Sheriff H, Ferrone M. PMID: 28399716; PMCID: PMC5419298.
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    12. Redefining ‘Virgin Birth’ After Kaguya: Mammalian Parthenogenesis in Experimental Biology, 2004-2014. Catalyst: feminism, theory, technoscience. 2016; 1(2):1-67. Gillis-Buck, E. M.
    13. Autism as a Biomedical Platform for Sex Difference Research. BioSocieties. 2014; 3(9):262-283. Gillis-Buck, E. M. & Richardson, S. S.
    14. New modes of understanding and acting on human difference in autism research, advocacy and care. BioSocieties. 2014; 3(9):233–240. Eyal, G., Fitzgerald, D., Gillis-Buck, E. M., Hart, B., Lappe, M. D., Navon, D., & Richardson, S. S.
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