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MALDI-TOF and the Clinical Microbiology Laboratory - Podcast Interview


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Hi,

 

We have just published an interview with Dr Robert Jerris, the Director of Clinical Microbiology at the Children's Healthcare of Atlanta Pediatric Hospital. In the interview, Dr Jerris discusses the implementation of the Bruker MALDI Biotyper (which has recently received FDA clearance), and the impact that it has had on the laboratory, staff and the patients.

 

Dr Jerris is extremely passionate about the advantages of using MALDI-TOF MS, and I would be interested to know your thoughts on the subject. 

 

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