Donald L. Bordine, MSA
Associate Director of Operations
BA, Geology, College of Wooster, 1979
MSA, Science in Administration, Central Michigan University, 1995
Don Bordine serves as the program analyst and business manager for the Office of Animal Care and Use. His duties include interaction with all the Institutes to gather information required to analyze data which is then used to generate official reports concerning the NIH OIR animal research program. He plans and executes procurement actions required to maintain office operations. He monitors the OACU budget and advises on projects related to financial activities. He facilitates the Animal Awareness Poster subcommittee for the Animal Research Advisory Committee. This subcommittee identifies animal research related themes for posters that are intended to educate NIH staff about the proper care and use of animals in biomedical research.
1994–2001: Don served as the Management Analyst for the National Human Genome Institute. His primary function was to assist the Chief Intramural Administrative Officer to establish the Intramural division of the new Institute. He managed projects related to recruiting new Principal Investigators and their laboratory personnel. Subsequently he planned and built out Laboratories in order to accommodate program needs. He also served on the Animal Care and Use Committee as well as the Institute Safety committee. Prior to working at NHGRI Don was a Grants Management Specialist at NINDS, participated in the NIH Administrative Management Intern program and was a Space Management Specialist in the Office of the Director.