Eva Gillis-Buck

Resident, Surgery

Eva Gillis-Buck is a general surgery resident in the UCSF Department of Surgery. She is originally from Pittsburgh, PA, and received an A.B. in developmental biology and gender studies from Harvard University. Eva received an M.Phil. in the history and philosophy of science from the University of Cambridge, UK. As a medical student at UCSF, Eva spent two years in the MacKenzie lab as an HHMI Medical Fellow, investigating maternal-fetal tolerance and a role for Autoimmune Regulator (Aire)-expressing cells in mouse and human pregnancy. She looks forward to continuing this work as a surgical resident at UCSF in the Gardner lab. Eva’s clinical interests include solid organ transplantation and immunology.

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