DANIEL ANGEL SAVINO, MD: a conversation with the editor

Savino, Daniel Angel; Roberts, William Clifford
October 2009
Baylor University Medical Center Proceedings;Oct2009, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p351
Academic Journal
An interview with Doctor of Medicine Daniel Angel Savino is presented. When asked what he wanted to do by the time he finished medical school, he answers that he was going to be a scientist because he wanted to work in the laboratory. He shares that he had been in pathology for 2 years but worked predominantly in research. He adds that he liked Baylor University Medical Center (BUMC) for he realized that there are enough materials for pathology and that the clinicians are knowledgeable.


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