CDER Director Woodcock Plans Changes To Drug Reviews During OND Transition
In podcast interview, US FDA’s Center for Drug Evaluation & Research Director Janet Woodcock discusses her plans the Office of New Drugs, including changes to the structure of the office to make reviews better managed and more uniform across divisions. Woodcock says she expects to stay in the interim OND role for most of 2017.
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