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Bridget Silverman

Senior Editor

Washington, D.C.
Bridget Silverman has been covering FDA for the Pink Sheet since David Kessler was commissioner.  She keeps watch on the drug review process for the FDA Performance Tracker and the Drug Review Profile series. She covered FDA and financial beats as a Pink Sheet reporter before focusing on the drug development and approval process as an editor on Pharmaceutical Approvals Monthly and the NDA Pipeline, developing products that inform our current regulatory tracking features and in-depth FDA review coverage. In her down time, Bridget reads mystery novels and keeps track of her family and three dogs. 

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