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Larisa Rudenko

Larisa Rudenko

Senior Advisor for Biotechnology & Director of Animal Biotechnology
Center for Veterinary Medicine
Food and Drug Administration
USA
Tel: 301-827-6500
Fax: 301-443-3100

Biography

Dr. Rudenko serves the Food and Drug Administration Director of Animal Biotechnology at the Center for Veterinary Medicine. In that capacity, she has worked within the agency, at the USG coordinating level, and with public and private sector stakeholders to develop a coherent, science-based policy for the regulation of animal biotechnology. She been responsible for the successful development and implementation of new paradigms for the risk assessment of animal clones and genetically engineered animals by working with diverse groups of subject area experts. Dr. Rudenko is recognized internationally as an expert in animal biotechnology, having served on a European Food Safety Authority working group on animal cloning, FAO-WHO Codex Alimentarius Task Forces and Expert Consultations, OECD Working Groups, international and US federal grant study sections, program review committees, and scientific advisory panels to the US government and industry sectors. Dr. Rudenko received her AB degree from Bowdoin College (Biology, Music) and her PhD in Cellular and Molecular Pharmacology from the State University of New York at Stony Brook (Brookhaven National Laboratory), and is a Diplomate of the American Board of Toxicology.

Research

She been responsible for the successful development and implementation of new paradigms for the risk assessment of animal clones and genetically engineered animals by working with diverse groups of subject area experts.