US FDA’s Amy Abernethy Leaves Behind Legacy Of Tech Modernization, Real-World Data
After slightly more than two years as second-in-command, Abernethy tells the Pink Sheet she’s leaving FDA because the initiatives on which she was focused were starting to develop their own momentum. Abernethy, who also serves as the agency’s acting chief information officer, worked to modernize the FDA’s information technology infrastructure and data capabilities while also exploring ways to confidently use real-world data to support regulatory decision-making.
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