Benjamin Chan

Benjamin K. Chan () is an associate research scientist at Yale University in the department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. He was born in 1980 to a U.S. Asian father, an engineer, and an American mother. He is known for his work in phage therapy exploiting genetic trade-offs to treat antibiotic resistant bacterial infections. He currently lives in Guilford, Connecticut. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Miller, Jill, Chan, Benjamin, Nelson, Heidi D.
Published 2002
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by Humphrey, Linda L., Takano, Lina M. A., Chan, Benjamin
Published 2002
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by LeBlanc, Erin, Chan, Benjamin, Nelson, Heidi D.
Published 2002
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by Humphrey, Linda L., Chan, Benjamin, Detlefsen, Stephanie, Helfand, Mark
Published 2002
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