Catherine Duez obtained a Ph.D. degree in immunology from the Lille 1 University, France, entitled: “SCID mice as humanized mouse model of asthma,” December, 1997. In 1998–2001, Duez spent a postdoctoral training at the National Jewish Medical and Research Center (Denver, CO) to study the regulation of airway hyperresponsiveness in mouse models of asthma. Since 2001, Duez was a Senior Scientist at Inserm, France in a lab located in Lille (affiliation: Inserm, CNRS, Pasteur Institute of Lille, Lille 2 University). Duez's areas of expertise are mouse models, airway hyperresponsiveness, and immunology.
Biography Updated on 9 January 2012