"New Zealand is a small country with a big legacy in innovation. “Kiwis” have played important roles in splitting the atom, discovering DNA, building the NASA space program and being first to climb Mount Everest. They also punch above their weight in cardiology with leaders such as John Ormiston, Harvey White and Gerry Wilkins representing the country of 4 million people on international conference expert panels."
STARBoard Review by CathLabDigest
Updated: Jun 10, 2019