This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Morris Potter named lead scientist for epidemiology, Office of Science. Potter has led both CDC's Food Safety Office and WHO's Collaborating Center for Foodborne Disease Surveillance. Most recently, he was a senior official with International Life Sciences Institution. Potter "will work closely with CDC, USDA agencies and international organizations...to increase epidemiological and surveillance capabilities in areas such as infectious diseases, nutritional well-being and foodborne environmental contaminants," CFSAN says
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