Lab safety chief quits Texas A&M

Sept. 6, 2007
Resignation follows criticism in federal report.

A Texas A&M University official who oversaw laboratory safety has resigned after a federal report sharply criticized the university for safety lapses, poor record-keeping and other problems involving research on biological-warfare microbes. Brent Mattox, A&M's environmental health and safety manager, stepped down Friday.

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