Several committees saw the departure of standing members, with no replacements to note. The Anesthetic and Analgesic Drug Products Advisory Committee saw the departure of Michael R. Clark – increasing their vacancies to 2. The Dermatologic and Ophthalmic Drug Advisory Committee saw the departures of three of their members – raising the number of vacancies to 11.
It’s may be a New Year, but there are only a few changes to the current drugs Advisory Committee rosters so far!
Several committees saw the departure of standing members, with no replacements to note. The Anesthetic and Analgesic Drug Products Advisory Committee saw the departure of Michael R. Clark – increasing their vacancies to 2. The Dermatologic and Ophthalmic Drug Advisory Committee saw the departures of three of their members – raising the number of vacancies to 11. Lastly the Pharmaceutical Science and Clinical Pharmacology Advisory committee also lost one member, bringing the number of vacancies to 17.
The Anti-infective Drugs Advisory Committee also has one more vacancy (bringing the total number to 2), as member Capt. Monica E. Parise, MD was moved into the Chair position. Dr. Parise is also the Chief of the Parasitic Diseases Branch, Division of Parasitic Diseases and Malaria, part of the CDC.
Lastly, the Gastrointestinal Drugs Advisory Committee (GIDAC) welcomed two new members, dropping the number of vacancies to zero. These two new members are:
Stay tuned for our next AdComm Roll Call Special where we will put the spotlight on one of the drug Advisory Committees!
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