Born in France, Dr. Gaudilliere studied Engineering at Ecole Polytechnique before completing an MD-PhD degree from the Harvard-MIT Health Sciences and Technology program. During his postdoctoral fellowship in Dr. Garry Nolan’s laboratory (Stanford University), Dr. Gaudilliere developed and standardized a pipeline to implement CyTOF in clinical studies. Dr. Gaudilliere is also a Board Certified Anesthesiologist and works clinically in the operating room 25% of his time.
Dr. Gaudilliere’s research group combines high parameter mass cytometry (suspension and imaging mass cytometry) with other proteomics approaches to study how the human immune system responds and adapts to physiological or pathological stressors. Ongoing studies in the Gaudilliere lab focus on several clinical scenarios including, 1) surgical recovery and traumatic injury (NIGMS R35, Stanford ITI, Anesthesia department FIDL, 2) pregnancy and preterm birth (Doris Duke Foundation, Stanford Prematurity Center grants from the Bill and Melinda Gates and the March of Dimes Foundation, 3) Host immune response to COVID-19 infection (FAST grant), 4) neurocognitive recovery after stroke (PHIND grant), 5) Systemic immune response to Chronic Periodontitis (NIDCR R21).