St. Jude's Carr Offers Tips on Troubleshooting Instrumentation Issues in the Lab | GenomeWeb

Jeanne Carr wasn't always in charge of a major clinical lab facility with automated instruments — and that may be her greatest strength. Carr, technical director of molecular microbiology and virology at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, says that her experience in performing these kinds of assays manually in the past is a great asset when it comes to troubleshooting problems that crop up in the lab today.

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