Feb 28, 2013

NYU Wagner Student to Testify at FDA Meeting on Food Safety Reform

Lauren Bush

Lauren Bush, an NYU Wagner MPA-PNP second-year student and Wagner Review staff writer, is set to testify at a public meeting of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration today (2/28/13) as the FDA  considers draft regulations for implementing the landmark Food Safety and Modernization Act. Her appearance arises in part from her research for an op-ed for the Review.  Lauren is the Events Chair on the Wagner Food Policy Alliance board. Beyond her involvement with the Alliance, she has spent the last three years as an advocate for food safety reform.

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