Dr. George Royer is a clinical pharmacologist practicing in Portage, MI. Dr. Royer specializes in developing and testing new pharmaceutical products, with specific focus on the correlation between drugs and diseases. Clinical pharmacologists optimize drug prescribing and prevent medication errors as well as contribute to new drug applications delivered to the FDA.
Education and Training
Northwestern University The Feinberg School of Medicine 1962
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