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Dr Caroline Dudreuilh graduated from Paris VII medical school in 2009. Caroline undertook nephrology training in Paris and Tours. She is a nephrologist with a special interest in immunology and transplantation. In 2013 she completed a Masters degree on "Graft and Host Relation" within the Inserm unit U1014/UMR1197 "Stem cells, transplantation, immuno-regulation". She worked as a Senior Renal Clinical Fellow in the nephrology unit at Guy’s Hospital in 2017. In 2018, she was awarded a mobility grant from the French Society of Transplantation and an ESOT Transplant Fellowship to work on improving antigen specificity in transplantation and tolerance by using a new cutting-edge method using Chimeric antigen receptor regulatory T-cells in Professor Giovanna Lombardi’s group at King’s.

Caroline was then awarded an MRC Clinical Research Training Fellowship grant to work within the Dorling Group. The purpose of this grant is to improve the understanding of regulatory mechanisms in place in highly sensitised patients on the transplant waiting list with a specific focus on regulatory T cells.