ODE deputy division director named
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Ann Tornese begins 120-day detail as acting deputy director of the Division of General and Restorative Devices on Sept. 8. Tornese moves to the Office of Device Evaluation from the Office of Compliance, where she was acting special assistant in the deputy director's office. She fills a position left vacant by Michael Blackwell's move to the Center for Veterinary Medicine ("The Gray Sheet" May 30, In Brief)
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