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An interview with Dr

@inproceedings{Blattner2001AnIW,
  title={An interview with Dr},
  author={William A. Blattner and Victoria A. Harden and Dennis Rodrigues},
  year={2001}
}
Azza : Dr. Diamandis could you explain as to what is the purpose of this interview? Dr. Diamandis : The objective of this interview is to give an idea to prospective graduate students as to what the ACDC Laboratory is, and why this laboratory could be a good home for performing their graduate studies. Azza : Dr. Diamandis Could you tell us a little bit of the history of the ACDC Lab? Dr. Diamandis : The ACDC Lab was established at the Toronto Western Hospital in 1988. Then, it was a small… 

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