News items David Burger top scientist on anti-HIV medication

6 December 2021

Professor of Clinical Pharmacy David Burger, affiliated with the Radboudumc Pharmacy, is in the list of top scientists in the field of anti-HIV medication.

1 December is World AIDS Day. In this context, the website www.expertscape.com has announced the top scientists who have published the most scientific articles in the field of anti-HIV medication since 2011.
David Burger, professor of clinical pharmacy and affiliated with the Pharmacy of the Radboudumc, is among the top 0.1% with a 16th position on this list (out of a total of 50,000 scientists).

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