FDA's Goodman to leave; CFSAN's Ostroff named acting chief scientist
Friday January 10 2014
Jesse Goodman, FDA's chief scientist, is stepping down to return to academia and a top scientist from FDA's food program will take his place, FDA Commissioner Margaret Hamburg announced yesterday in an all-staff memo.
Stephen Ostroff, chief medical officer in the Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition and the senior public health advisor to FDA's Office of Foods and Veterinary Medicine, will serve as acting chief scientist, Hamburg announced in an afternoon email.
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