President Joe Biden is expected to appoint Robert Califf a lead the Food and Drug Administration, a job he briefly held during the Obama administration. He was hired by Google’s parent company after leaving the public sector.
The nomination of Califf for the position, which has been vacant since the Biden settlement, is expected in following on Friday. His tenure under Obama was relatively short one, with a duration of less than aa year.
Califf is a cardiologist, who spent more of his career at Duke University, his alma mater. Before becoming FDA commissioner in February 2016, it served in the agency office of Medical products and tobacco for About year.
In 2019 he was hired by Alphabet, Google’s parent company, a head he is a doctor strategy. He received the position after acting as a consultant for the tech giant for over two years.
The Biden administration was almost out of it’s time to find the replacement for Acting FDA Commissioner Janet Woodcock, who And required by law, temporarily abandon it role on Monday, unless someone is named for his work.
Obama’s appointment of Califf received bipartisan support, but its new ties with the private sector and acute partisan division could do his confirmation process in an intense battle in the current Divided Senate.
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