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CVM SCIENTISTS WIN AWARDS - February 16, 2001

FDA Veterinarian Newsletter May/June 2001 Volume XVI, No III

At the 2001 FDA Scientific Achievement Awards Ceremony, held on February 16, 2001, the following CVM scientists were recognized:

  • Michaela G. Alewynse, Ph.D.—"Excellence in Review Science" for excellence in the scientific review of the utility and safety of fermentation products and other microbial derivatives used in animal feed and feed ingredients.
  • Patrick F. McDermott, Ph.D.; Renate Reimschuessel, V.M.D., Ph.D.; Shabbir Simjee, Ph.D.; David D. Wagner, Ph.D.; Robert D. Walker, Ph.D.; David G. White, Ph.D.; and Shaohua Zhao, D.V.M.—"Excellence in Laboratory Science" for exemplary performance in addressing the microbiological safety of animal derived food.
  • Jeffrey M. Gilbert, Ph.D., CVM; Roger A. Jones, Ph.D., CVM; Ashraf A. Khan, Ph.D., CVM; Saeed Khan, Ph.D., NCTR; Mohammed S. Nawaz, Ph.D., NCTR; and Robert D. Walker, Ph.D., CVM—Nominated for the Outstanding Intercenter Scientific Collaboration Award, "CVM/NCTR Antimicrobial Resistance Collaborative Research Team" for outstanding contribution to the understanding of emergence and dissemination of antimicrobial resistance in environmental settings and for the detection thereof in competitive exclusion cultures.

The Center for Veterinary Medicine is proud of these accomplishments and congratulates all FDA award winners.