Chandra Kola, Joseph Schecter and Joshua Temple, as part of the Quotient team at the National Institutes of Health/National Library of Medicine (NLM), under the direction of Branch Chief Wei Ma, were recognized by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for their efforts in the development of AccessGUDID, a public-facing portal for searching and downloading of data from the Agency’s Global Unique Device Identification Database (GUDID). The FDA award recognizes an individual or company’s efforts to collaborate with other government or industry groups to advance the FDA's public health mission.
"We are very proud of Chandra, Joe and Josh for their ongoing contributions to the Library's mission and particularly on this collaborative effort with the Food and Drug Administration. Quotient is thankful for the recognition the NLM and FDA have given to the team and for the faith Branch Chief Wei Ma has placed in our team members over the years,” said Clark Lare, Founder of Quotient.
Chandra, Joe and Josh will be formally recognized by FDA leadership in a ceremony at the FDA’s White Oak campus on Monday, June 6.
About Quotient, Inc.
Quotient, Inc. is a woman-owned small business that provides comprehensive information technology solutions to public sector organizations to fulfill their public service mission to the American people. Quotient provides strategic guidance, design, implementation, security and training related to innovative web based technologies that are uniquely adapted to federal agencies’ priorities. Located in Columbia, MD since its inception in 1999, Quotient has been devoted to serving the needs of its employees and their families, clients, and the community. For more information, please visit www.Quotient-Inc.com.