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FDA Veterinarian, Issue 1 (2011)

 U.S. FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION - CENTER FOR VETERINARY MEDICINE

FDA VETERINARIAN

April 27, 2011      Issue 1

A free online newsletter dedicated to promoting human and animal health

 FDA VETERINARIAN

 


 

Margaret Hamburg, M.D.
Commissioner of Food and Drugs 

Michael Taylor, J.D.
Deputy Commissioner for Foods 

 Bernadette Dunham, D.V.M., Ph.D.
Director, Center for Veterinary
Medicine

  Cathy Beck
Associate Director for Policy
and Communications

Laura Bradbard, M.A.
Director, Communications

Shannon Cameron
Managing Editor,
Communications

Alfan Dangin
Art Editor,
Communications

Carmela Stamper, D.V.M.
Contributing Editor,
Communications

Melanie McLean, D.V.M.
Contributing Editor,
Communications

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IN THIS ISSUE

Features

Celebration Time! A Look at Vet2011 and CVM Veterinarians

Spotlight On: Mr. Alfan Dangin
 

 

In Other News

Conditional Approval of Animal Drugs - What Does This Mean for Veterinarians?

Historic Changes to the Food Safety System

Reporting Veterinary Problems at FDA - Yes! No! Maybe So! 

Paper Trail - Citations for Journal Articles and Posters by CVM Scientists from December 2010 to April 1, 2011
 

 

What's Happening at CVM (Printer-friendly PDF)

CVM Connects with Veterinary Labs

NRSP-7 Spring Meeting

CVM Aquaculture Specialists Discuss Sea Lice Products with Norway Delegation

CVM's Revamped New Employee Orientation

AAVPT Hosts CVM Workshop on the Veterinary Drug Life Cycle

 

 CVM logo which includes farm animals (horse, cow, chicken, dog, cat, pig) of various colors standing together by a fence with birds above and fish below

CVM's Mission
Protecting human and animal health

CVM's Vision
Leadership, Innovation, Excellence