US FDA’s Lowell Schiller Steps In As Acting Chief Counsel When Rebecca Wood Departs In July
A permanent successor to Wood, who will have held the agency's top legal post for only a year, will be announced in the near future, FDA Commissioner Gottlieb says; in the interim, Schiller, senior counsel to the commissioner and a former Senate HELP Committee staffer, will lead the chief counsel's office on an acting basis.
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