Q&A: Shanghai Children's Medical Center's Yongguo Yu on Introducing Chromosomal Microarrays in China | GenomeWeb

Yongguo Yu is what the Chinese refer to as a "sea turtle," a professional who has received his education or pursued a career abroad, only to put any skills acquired to use upon return to his native country. After three years using microarrays in the department of laboratory medicine at Boston Children's Hospital, Yu brought his fondness for the technology with him when he decided to join Shanghai Children's Medical Center a year ago.

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