Caline is an Assistant Professor of Medicine and Global Health at the Washington University in St Louis, and serves as the immediate past Chair of the Junior Doctors Network of the World Medical Association, where she also leads the Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) efforts of the organization. She has completed her medical school training at the American University of Beirut in Lebanon, where she practiced medicine prior to moving to the United States to complete an Internal Medicine Residency and subsequently a fellowship in Infectious Diseases, with a focus on Bloodstream Infections, Antimicrobial Resistance and Infection Prevention in Resource Limited settings. She is the principal investigator on a dissemination and implementation project for Antimicrobial Stewardship in Ghana and is working with a community hospital in Lebanon on the same. Caline has collaborated with the WHO Antimicrobial Resistance Secretariat for a number of years now, and has served on the Expert Groups on the Education of the Health workforce around AMR, communication and behavior change and more recently on the WHO Guideline Development Group for Infection Prevention and Control and COVID-19. She currently chairs the Global AMR Research and Development Hub Expert Group in Berlin, and serves on the Antimicrobial Resistance Committee of the Infectious Diseases Society of America.