Two FDA officials in charge of Covid-19 vaccines to leave agency this fall

WASHINGTON — The two officials in charge of leading the Food and Drug Administration’s review of coronavirus vaccine applications will leave the agency this fall, according to an internal email announcing the departures, obtained by STAT.

The officials, Marion Gruber and Phil Krause, collectively have more than 42 years of experience at the FDA. Gruber has served as the director of the agency’s Office of Vaccines Research and Review since 2011, according to her LinkedIn profile. Krause has served as her deputy since 2010. Both were directly involved in managing the review of coronavirus vaccine applications.

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NBA free agency 2021: Live updates, rumors, news as Kawhi Leonard to re-sign with Los Angeles Clippers

Hornets sign Oubre to two-year deal

After two-plus days of free agency, most of the notable names were already off the board. Now, Kelly Oubre Jr. has joined the ranks of players that have secured a new deal. He’ll join the Charlotte Hornets on a two-year, $26 million deal, according to a report from Chris Haynes of Yahoo Sports. 

This will be the fourth team in four seasons for Oubre, who has struggled to find any consistency with his game or place in the league. He’s coming off a disappointing season with the Golden State Warriors, during which he got

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