Caroline Landelle is an infection control practitioner at the Infection Control Program of Geneva University Hospitals.

After pharmaceutical studies in Grenoble (France), she specialized in infection control and prevention in France and worked successively in Lyon (Prof. Philippe Vanhems) and Paris (Prof. Christian Brun-Buisson). She obtained a PhD in 2008. During her doctoral work, she studied the association between immunosuppression and incidence of nosocomial infections after septic shock.

She joined the infection control of Geneva University Hospitals (Prof. Didier Pittet) in 2011 as a research fellow. Caroline’s research focuses on transmission of pathogens and risk factors of nosocomial infection, including antiseptic resistance, in the critical ill setting.