If PGx is About Life, Why is Steven Wong Genotyping Death? | GenomeWeb

At A Glance

Name: Steven Wong, professor of pathology, and director of clinical toxicology at Therapeutic Drug Monitoring and Pharmacogenetics at the Medical College of Wisconsin.

Age: 53

Background: PhD in chemistry; a board-certified toxicologist from the American Board of Clinical Chemists and Toxicology.

 

In a first-floor lab at the Medical College of Wisconsin, Steven Wong, a professor of pathology, works with the dead. Or at least he works with their DNA.

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