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Stephen Frederick Sundlof

Stephen Frederick Sundlof, American federal agency administrator, veterinarian. Diplomate American Board Veterinary Toxicology. Named Honorary Diplomate, American Veterinary Epidemiology Society, 1996, Distinguished Practitioner in the National Academy Practice in Veterinary Medicine, National Academy Practices, 1997; recipient Presidential Executive Rank award Meritorious Executive Rank, 1999.

Background

  • Sundlof, Stephen Frederick was born on May 4, 1951 in Peoria, Illinois, United States.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science in Zoology/Chemistry with honors, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Illinois, 1973. Master of Science in Veterinary Toxicology, University Illinois, College Veterinary Medical Sciences, Urbana, Illinois, 1976. Bachelor of Science in Veterinary Medicine with honors, University Illinois, College Veterinary Medical Sciences, Urbana, Illinois, 1977.

      Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in Veterinary Medicine with honors, University Illinois, College Veterinary Medical Sciences, Urbana, Illinois, 1980. Doctor of Philosophy in Veterinary Toxicology, University Illinois, College Veterinary Medical Sciences, Urbana, Illinois, 1980.

    Career

    • Research assistant, department physiology and pharmacology University Illinois, College Veterinary Medicine, Urbana, Illinois, 1973—1976, research assistant, department veterinary biosciences, 1976—1980. Assistant professor, department preventative medicine College Veterinary Medicine, University Florida, Gainesville, Florida, 1980—1986, professor, department physiological sciences, 1995, associate professor, department physiological sciences, 1986—1995. Director Center for Veterinary Medicine Food and Drug Administration, Rockville, 1994—2008, Center for Food Safety & Applied Nutrition College Park, since 2008.

      Chairman, drug abuse committee, Florida Veterinary Medical Association, 1982-1985. Division leader, division toxicology and pathophysiology, department preventative medicine, 1982-1983. Animal drug coordinator, Southern Region International Rectifier -4 Project, 1982-1994.

      Vice-chair, Ineragency Coordinating Committee for Animal Production Food Safety, since 1995. Representative, Florida Prescription Abuse Data Synthesis Com, College Veterinary Medicine and Florida Veterinary Medical Association, 1984-1986. Courtesy professor, department physiological sciences, College Veterinary Medicine, University Florida, Gainesville, Florida, 1996.

      Member United States Public Health Service special oversight committee to review allegations of mismanagement and abuse of authority by the United States Food and Drug Administration, Center for Veterinary Medicine, 1986-1987. American Veterinary Medical Association delegate to the World Health Organization/Food and Agriculture Organization (of the United Nations) Codes Alimentarius Committee on Residues of Veterinary Drugs in Foods, 1986-1994. Institute Food Technologists delegate to the Food Safety Workshop, 1989.

      Member, veterinary medicine advisory committee, United States Food and Drug Administration, 1991-1994, chairman 1993-1994. Chairman, World Health Organization/Food and Agriculture Organization (of the United Nations) Codes Alimentarius Committee on Residue of Veterinary Drugs in Foods, since 1994. Temporary advisor, World Health Organization/Food and Agriculture Organization (of the United Nations) Joint Expert Committee on Food Additives, since 1995.

      Member steering committee on International Cooperation on Harminization of Technology Requirements for Registration of Veterinary Medicinal Products, Office of International Epizootics, since 1995. Member external advisory board, Institute Food Science and Engineering, Texas A7M University, 1996-1997. Member, United States Department of Agriculture Food Safety and Inspection Service, Food Research Working Group, 1996-1997.

      United States Delegate to the Codex Alimentarius International Ad Hoc Task Force on Animal Feeding, 1999-2004. Member, World Health Organization/Food and Agriculture Organization (of the United Nations), Office of International Epizootics expert consultation on non-human antimicrobial usage and antimicrobial resistence, 2004. United States delegation to Japan to discuss trade implications following finding of Biosystems Engineering -positive cow in United States, since 2004.

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    Major achievements

    • Diplomate American Board Veterinary Toxicology.

    Works

    • Editoral reviewer, Journal Veterinary Pharmacology and Therapeutics, since 1988. Contributor articles to professional journals.

    Membership

    Member American Academy Veterinary Pharmacology and Therapeutics (president-elect 1993-1995, president 1995-1997), American Academy Veterinary and Comparative Toxicologists, American Veterinary Medical Association (President's award, 1997), American Board Veterinary Toxicology.

    Connections

    • Married Sandra Linden Sundlof. Children: Christofer Linden, Thomas Michael.
    • spouse: Sandra Linden Sundlof
    • children: Christofer Linden Sundlof
    • Thomas Michael Sundlof
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    Born March 4, 1951
    (age 66)
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