FDA honored by IoM
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
The Institute of Medicine has made FDA Commissioner Mark McClellan, MD/PhD, and Deputy Commissioner Lester Crawford, PhD, its newest members, the agency announces Oct. 27. The holders of the agency's top two positions have never been asked to join the National Academy of Sciences division at the same time, FDA adds. "New IoM members are chosen worldwide on the basis of their distinguished professional achievement in a field related to medicine and health, and on their involvement in health care, disease prevention, education and research," FDA adds...
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