Associate Director of Clinical and Regulatory Affairs, Channel Medsystems
Masters in Translational Medicine, 2011
Current job description:
Most recently, I’ve been responsible for our company’s regulatory submissions in the US, Mexico, Canada, and the EU, as well as providing clinical and technical support for the physician investigators in our pivotal trial.
What makes you good at your job?
My background in engineering combined with my communication skills make me a cross-functional team player and an effective regulatory writer.
What skills did you learn during your time in the BioE program make you a success in your career?
I had a background in engineering upon entering the BioE department, but I gained my foundation in clinical research and regulatory affairs through the MTM program. This allowed me to jump in quickly when our company developed the need for clinical and regulatory support.
What keeps you enthusiastic about your job?
Hearing from women whose lives are impacted by the disease our device is designed to treat and knowing that we are creating a solution that can help them.