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CDRH staff changes

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

Executive Summary

Acting director for the Division of Cardiovascular and Respiratory Devices is Celia Witten, following the death of former DCRD director Thomas Callahan on Oct. 16. Witten's previous post as director of the Division of General and Rehabilitation Devices will be filled by DGRD Deputy Director Jim Dillard. Nancy Brogdon also will move to DCRD Nov. 8 as interim deputy director, a position that has been vacant since former Deputy Director Dan Spyker's departure in May. Brogdon currently serves as deputy director for the Division of Ophthalmic and ENT Devices

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