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A Life Saved Leads to Dream Job: One Biostatistician’s Journey from Kenya to Seattle Children’s
July 20, 2017
It seems impossible for Dr. Frankline Onchiri to talk about Seattle Children’s without smiling. When Onchiri joined Seattle Children’s Research Institute as senior biostatistician and epidemiologist in 2015, his role assisting investigators at the Center for Clinical and Translational Research was so much more than a professional dream come true. It also started the next […]
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