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Elizabeth Simpson is Emeritus Professor of Transplantation Biology, Imperial College London. Simpson is particularly known for her elucidation of the nature of male-associated minor transplantation antigens, and their roles in the generation of immunological tolerance, graft versus host disease, and transplant rejection.

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