FDA’s Taylor resigns
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Margaret Glavin succeeds John Taylor as FDA Associate Commissioner for Regulatory Affairs. Glavin has served as assistant commissioner, Office of Counterterrorism Policy and Planning since 2003. Before joining FDA, she held the positions of acting administrator and associate administrator at USDA's Food Safety & Inspection Service. FDA Acting Commissioner Lester Crawford praised Glavin's "extensive leadership and background in crisis management." Taylor was with the agency for 14 years, overseeing "some of the agency's largest and most significant enforcement actions," Crawford noted...
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