Q&A: Arthur Eisenberg on Using the Ion Torrent PGM in Forensic Science | GenomeWeb

Name: Arthur Eisenberg
Title: Professor and Chairman of the Department of Forensic and Investigative Genetics and Co-Director of the Center for Human Identification, University of North Texas Health Science Center
Experience: University of North Texas Health Science Center since 1989, full professor since 2004, chairman of the Department of Forensic and Investigative Genetics since 2009;
Chairman of the United States DNA Advisory Board, 1998.

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