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Five Things We Learned from an xMAP® Power User
DKFZ’s Tim Waterboer has published more xMAP papers than any other user
At the fourth annual xMAP® Connect user group meeting held in Amsterdam late last year, we had the good fortune of sitting down with Tim Waterboer, PhD, leader of the Infections and Cancer Epidemiology Group at DKFZ, the German Cancer Research Center. Waterboer has the distinction of publishing more papers citing xMAP Technology than any other user, so we were eager to learn about his work.
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Dr. Gonzalez is a family practitioner who treats an eclectic mix of patients, young and old. He runs a smart practice and knows the value of syndromic testing as well as when a targeted approach makes better sense, especially when testing for a potential respiratory illness. Watch how he works to strategically treat two types of patients with respiratory infections.
AACR Annual Meeting
March 30 – April 3
APHL Newborn Screening & Genetic Testing Symposium
San Diego, CA