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Mar 28, 2005
 |  BioCentury  |  Politics, Policy & Law

In the catbird seat

The resignation last week of Amit Sachdev, FDA’s deputy commissioner for policy, puts one of the agency’s most experienced behind-the-scenes policy and politics players on the job market. He isn’t likely to stay unemployed long.

Sachdev told BioCentury that he "has not had any significant discussions about what I will do next and expect to make decisions about my future after FDA once I leave." Good Friday was his last day at FDA’s Parklawn headquarters building.

Sachdev joined FDA in October 2002 as senior associate...

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