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FDA Psychiatry Division To Be Headed By Laughren Under Restructuring Plan

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Neuropharmacological reviewer Laughren will head FDA's psychiatric drug reviews after the division is spun off under the Office of New Drugs reorganization. Laughren's appointment is one of few top-level promotions under the restructuring effort.

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