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CVM SCIENTISTS WIN AWARDS - February 2000

FDA Veterinarian Newsletter March/April 2000 Volume XV, No II

At the FDA's Scientific Achievement Awards Ceremony held February 15, 2000, the following awards were announced for CVM scientists:

Outstanding Intercenter Scientific Collaboration

PCR Feed Methodology Validation Group

  • Michael J. Myers, Ph.D. - CVM
  • Dorothy E. Farrell - CVM
  • Sharon Friedman - CVM
  • Warren L. Campbell - NCTR
  • Rong-Fu Wang, Ph.D. - NCTR
  • Donald D. Paine - NCTR
  • Carl E. Cerniglia, Ph.D. - NCTR
  • Steven C. Madzo - ORA

For participation in a validation trial of a PCR-based method that detects bovine-derived materials that will be used in support of the feed ban.

Jurgen von Bredow, Ph.D. - Excellence in Analytical Science

For the development and evaluation of methods and protocols for the performance certification of diagnostic screening tests for antibiotic residues in milk.

Joseph Kawalek, Ph.D. - Excellence in Laboratory Science

For sustained research on in vitro drug metabolism assays in food-producing animals to validate their use as alternatives and supplements to whole animal experiments.

Kevin J. Greenlees, Ph.D. - Excellence in Review Science

For development of human food safety standards for New Animal Drug Applications for aquatic food animals.

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