James Johnson

University of Minnesota, Infectious Diseases Society of America

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Professor of Medicine at the University of Minnesota, specializing in infectious diseases and researching in antibiotic resistance, and member of the Infectious Diseases Society of America, serving on their antibiotic resistance work group

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