Nzuekoh Nchinda, MD
I was born in Cameroon and raised in Wisconsin. In college, I concentrated in chemistry with a secondary field in global health and health policy and then spent two years doing translational HIV immunology research. During medical school, I was heavily involved in student groups engaged in advocating for healthcare access, medical ethics, and peer mentorship in addition to surgical outcomes research. I am excited to join UW Surgery for its breadth and depth in clinical training, robust research pipeline and admirable community of residents. I also cannot wait to find new running routes in the scenic Pacific Northwest.
Running, singing, knitting, painting
Gold Humanism Honor Society
- Oliveira L, Mayampurath A, Nchinda N, Wolf JM. June 2018. Do Biomarkers Play A Role On Tendinopathy? Poster Presentation, 65th Annual American College of Sports Medicine Meeting, Minneapolis, MN.
- Kleinsteuber K, Corleis B, Rashidi N, Nchinda N, Lisanti A, Cho J.L., Medoff B.D., Kwon D, Walker B. D. Standardization and quality control for high-dimensional mass cytometry studies of human samples. Cytometry A. 2016 Oct. 89(10):903-913. PMID: 27575385
- Kleinsteuber K, Rashidi N, Soghoian D, Nchinda N, Mavrothalassitis O, Buus S, George T, Ornatsky O, Walker, B.D. Characterization of functional antiviral CD8 T cell immune responses of HIV elite controllers by high dimensional phenotyping using mass cytometry (VIR6P.1169). The Journal of Immunology.