Mocking PGx Data Submissions With Expression Analysis Steve McPhail | GenomeWeb

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Name: Steve McPhail

Title: President and CEO, Expression Analysis

Background: Expression Analysis, Inc. — 2002-Present; ArgoMed, Inc. — 2001-2002; Xanthon — 2000-2001; TriPath Imaging, Inc. — 1997-1999; Dynex Technologies — 1992-1997; Abbott Laboratories Diagnostics Division — 1981-1991

Education: B.S. degree in biology from San Diego State University

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