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Karina Pall

Karina Pall

Research Associate

Karina Pall obtained her BSc in 2009 in Human Sciences and an MSc in 2010 in Global Health and Development at University College London. During her undergraduate degree she undertook research into the protective effects of genetic mutations against malaria. Her Masters research included an analysis of funding institutions, health organisations and their role in the HIV/AIDS crisis.

Before joining CET Karina worked in paediatric research, at the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health working closely on the production of growth charts, research ethics guidance and a campaign to improve child health research in the UK. Whilst being involved in the healthcare communications industry Karina assisted with the development of a patient self care campaign and a literature review on mobile phone technology and drug adherence. She is currently working on a systematic review of organ preservation methods and is involved in the Transplant Trial Watch at CET.


O'Callaghan JM, Pall KT, Pengel L, Consortium for Organ preservation in Europe (COPE). Supplemental oxygen during hypothermic kidney preservation: A systematic review. Transplant Rev (Orlando). 2017; 31(3): 172-179. [PMID:28259374]

Pengel LHM, Pall K, O'Callaghan J. Hypothermic Versus Normothermic In Situ Regional Perfusion Using The Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation (ECMO) Technique In Donation After Circulatory Death (DCD) In Kidney And Liver Transplantation: A Systematic Review [0216]. (Poster presentation at the joint BTS/NTV Congress, Bournemouth, UK, 11-13 March, 2015).

Pall K, Pengel L, O'Callaghan J. What is the evidence for oxygenated hypothermic preservation in kidney transplantation? A systematic Review. (Poster presentation at the World Transplant Congress, San Francisco, 2014)