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Bradley E. Britigan, MD AFMR President, 1996–1997

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I have been a member of the AFMR for 30 nearly years, joining what was then known as the American Federation for Clinical Research (AFCR) while an infectious diseases fellow at UNC-Chapel Hill in the mid-1980s. Exposure to the wide array of cutting edge biomedical research being done by physician-scientists through the annual meeting of the AFCR, ASCI and AAP was enlightening. My research focuses on the role of reactive oxygen species and iron in host defense and inflammation. This research spans medical subspecialties and as such …

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