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Metabolic control of T cell function

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Sarah Dimeloe qualified with an MPharm (Hons) from the University of Nottingham in 2004. She then completed her professional training as a pharmacist at Guy’s and St. Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust.

In 2007, Sarah undertook an MSc in Immunology at King’s College London (KCL), prior to completing her PhD in Immunology at KCL under the supervision of Professor Catherine Hawrylowicz. During her PhD, Sarah investigated the biology of CD4 + T lymphocytes in allergic and asthmatic disease.

In 2012 Sarah moved to the University of Basel in Switzerland to undertake post-doctoral research in the laboratory of Professor Christoph Hess. Here, Sarah began to investigate metabolic activity in T cells and how that relates to their important roles in health and disease. In 2017 Sarah was awarded a Birmingham Fellowship to establish her own research group at the University of Birmingham.

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