FDA Lands Califf As Top Deputy, Potential Next Commissioner
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Renowned cardiologist and clinical trial researcher Robert Califf will join FDA in February as deputy commissioner for medical products and tobacco. Califf is director of Duke University’s Translational Medicine Institute and vice chancellor for Clinical and Translational Research.
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