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What does BOB stand for?

BOB stands for Bureau of Biologics (Food and Drug Administration)

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The successful supplier will also be required to perform all necessary work and submit the required reports and applications needed to obtain Health Canada's Special Access Programme (SAP) approval as well as licensure approval in Canada from the Canadian Regulator (the Bureau of Biologics and Genetic Therapies Directorate, Health Canada).
Chiron Corporation (Nasdaq: CHIR) announced today that Health Canada's Bureau of Biologics and Radiopharmaceuticals (BBR) granted the company a license to market Menjugate(TM), a conjugate vaccine against disease caused by the bacterium Neisseria meningitidis serogroup C (MenC).
This section is responsible for developing a research programme in biotechnology as well as supporting a sister regulatory bureau, the Bureau of Biologics, with its safety and efficacy evaluations of novel drug products obtained through biotechnology.
Cohen joins NABI following more than 20 years' experience in regulatory affairs, including eight years with the NIH as chief, Blood and Blood Derivatives Section, four years at the FDA's Bureau of Biologics as director, Plasma Derivatives Branch, and 16 years as vice president, regulatory affairs, with Pasteur Merieux and Connaught.