Pfizer's Hakan Sakul Discusses PGx Research at the Drug Giant | GenomeWeb
Name: Hakan Sakul
Position: Senior director of molecular profiling at Pfizer Global Research & Development
Background: Statistical genetics leader at Sequana Therapeutics in La Jolla, Calif., 1995 to 1998; director of statistical genetics, human genetics and pharmacogenetics programs with Parke-Davis Pharmaceuticals in Alameda, Calif., 1998 to 2001; vice president of statistical genomics at Ardais in Lexington, Mass., February 2001 to October 2001.

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