Kevin Chow, MD, PhD

Kevin was born and raised in Houston, Texas. He left to pursued his undergraduate studies in biology and cognitive neuroscience at Washington University in St. Louis. He returned to Houston thereafter to join the Medical Scientist Training Program at Baylor College of Medicine. There he completed a Ph.D. under the mentorship of Dr. Stephen Gottschalk developing genetically modified T cells for the treatment of glioblastoma. Aside from neurosurgery, Kevin enjoys camping, rockclimbing, snowboarding, doing triathlons, and spending time with family and friends.


2013-present Neurosurgery Residency, Stanford Hospital & Clinics
2005-2013 MD, PhD, Baylor College of Medicine
2001-2005 BA, Washington University in St. Louis

Program Completion:


Research interests:

Neuro-oncology, cancer immunotherapy


2013 Chinese American Doctors Association of Houston Scholarship
2011 1st place poster – Center for Cell and Gene Therapy Research Symposium
2011 John R. Kelsey, Jr. Student Speaker Award – BCM Graduate Student Research Symposium
2011 1st place speaker – BCM Translational Biology and Molecular Medicine Research Symposium
2010-2011 NIH T32 Training Grant Awardee in Cell and Gene Therapy
2010 2nd place speaker – BCM Translational Biology and Molecular Medicine Research Symposium
2007-2009 Greater Houston Community Foundation Scholarship
2007 Howard Hughes Medical Institute Research Fellow, TBMM program
2005-2013 Joseph and Matilda Melnick Scholar, Baylor College of Medicine MSTP
2002 Howard Hughes Medical Institute Summer Undergraduate Research Fellow, Washington University
2001-2005 Washington University Thomas H. Eliot Scholar
2001-2003 Washington University College of Arts and Sciences – Dean’s list



Kevin Chow