Maxime Kinet, MD, PhD

Title(s)Assistant Professor, Medicine
SchoolSchool of Medicine
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    Weill Cornell Medical CollegeMD2017
    UCSFResidency2017Internal Medicine

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    Dr. Maxime Kinet is a rheumatologist who cares for patients with conditions affecting the muscles, bones and joints. In research, he studies how body tissues can modify and be modified by inflammation and immune responses.

    A native French speaker, Kinet earned his doctorate in developmental biology and programmed cell death at the Rockefeller University and his medical degree at Weill Cornell Medical College. He completed a residency in internal medicine and a fellowship in rheumatology at UCSF.

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    1. Laryngeal Mucous Membrane Pemphigoid as an Immune-related Adverse Effect of Pembrolizumab Treatment. J Voice. 2023 Jan 18. Lagos-Villaseca A, Koshkin VS, Kinet MJ, Rosen CA. PMID: 36658034.
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    2. Early-life inflammation primes a T helper 2 cell-fibroblast niche in skin. Nature. 2021 11; 599(7886):667-672. Boothby IC, Kinet MJ, Boda DP, Kwan EY, Clancy S, Cohen JN, Habrylo I, Lowe MM, Pauli M, Yates AE, Chan JD, Harris HW, Neuhaus IM, McCalmont TH, Molofsky AB, Rosenblum MD. PMID: 34707292; PMCID: PMC8906225.
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    3. Keepin' it regulatory: Foxp3 gets a BAFfling SWItch. Sci Immunol. 2020 09 04; 5(51). Kinet MJ, Rosenblum MD. PMID: 32887845.
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    4. Transcriptional control of non-apoptotic developmental cell death in C. elegans. Cell Death Differ. 2016 12; 23(12):1985-1994. Malin JA, Kinet MJ, Abraham MC, Blum ES, Shaham S. PMID: 27472063; PMCID: PMC5136488.
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    5. HSF-1 activates the ubiquitin proteasome system to promote non-apoptotic developmental cell death in C. elegans. Elife. 2016 Mar 08; 5. Kinet MJ, Malin JA, Abraham MC, Blum ES, Silverman MR, Lu Y, Shaham S. PMID: 26952214; PMCID: PMC4821803.
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    6. Noncanonical cell death in the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans. Methods Enzymol. 2014; 545:157-80. Kinet MJ, Shaham S. PMID: 25065890; PMCID: PMC4115798.
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    7. A strategy to capture and characterize the synaptic transcriptome. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2013 Apr 30; 110(18):7464-9. Puthanveettil SV, Antonov I, Kalachikov S, Rajasethupathy P, Choi YB, Kohn AB, Citarella M, Yu F, Karl KA, Kinet M, Morozova I, Russo JJ, Ju J, Moroz LL, Kandel ER. PMID: 23589870; PMCID: PMC3645558.
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    8. Instabilities and transition in magnetohydrodynamic flows in ducts with electrically conducting walls. Phys Rev Lett. 2009 Oct 09; 103(15):154501. Kinet M, Knaepen B, Molokov S. PMID: 19905642.
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