Head of FDA's Veterinary Medicine program moves to greener pastures

The head of the FDA's Foods and Veterinary Medicine program, Michael Taylor, is leaving the agency in June after more than 5 years in the role. During his time at the FDA, Taylor worked on various animal health initiatives including one focused on eliminating antibiotics that contribute to the proliferation of drug-resistant bacteria. Dr. Stephen Ostroff, the former acting commissioner of the FDA, will step in as Taylor's replacement. More

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