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Global Markets Past Pandemic

Accelerated Market Access for Medical Devices

This seminar, one of a series, will focus on life science global market expansion for Medical Devices. Participants will learn how the government is working to improve opportunities for Medical Device companies across the world, specifically through harmonization efforts and multilateral trade agreements such as the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework.

We will also cover:
• General considerations for market expansion
• Regulatory registration process for Medical Devices and Diagnostics based on US FDA prior market authorization
• Shortcuts to success from experienced consultants
• Where to find non-dilutive funding to assist with the commercialization of your products

Speakers:
• Mr. Grant Bennet, Head of PharmaLex Medical Device practice, and industry member of the International Medical Devices Regulators Forum (IMDRF).
• Mr. Bryan O’Byrne, Senior International Trade Advisor, USAID, Cednter for Economics and Market Development
• Ms. Eri Hirumi, Independent Consultant, and former President of OCRA (Orange County Regulatory Affairs Discission Group)
• Mr. Martin Kleckner III, SBDC, Sr. Advisor/EIR at University of California, Riverside, Office of Technology Partnerships.
• Mr. Joseph Rieras, Director, Office of Trade, Mutual Recognition, and International Arrangements, U.S. Food and Drug Administration

Date

Sep 27 2022
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Time

2:00 pm - 4:30 pm

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SBDC @ UCI Applied Innovation
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