Aaron Chin is physician specialized in Allergy/Immunology and current clinical informatics fellow. He is a San Francisco native where he also pursued his medical degree training at UCSF School of Medicine. He completed his internal medicine residency at Baylor College of Medicine, where he helped develop predictive algorithms to identify patients with undiagnosed immunodeficiencies. He continued this research during an Allergy/Immunology fellowship at UCLA. Now as a clinical informatics fellow, he aims to continue his work and implement AI-based clinical decision support and workflow optimization tools to improve patient outcomes and relieve physician burnout. 

  • Roberts K, Chin AT, Loewy K, Pompeii L, Shin H, Rider NL. Natural Language Processing of Clinical Notes Enables Early Inborn-Error of Immunity Risk Ascertainment. Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology: Global. 2024 Feb 2:100224. PMID: 38439946
  • Chin A, Rider NL. Artificial Intelligence in Clinical Immunology. In Artificial Intelligence in Medicine 2022 Feb 18 (pp. 1397-1410). Cham: Springer International Publishing.