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The Development, Manufacturing, and Characterization of Combination Products for Next-Gen Healthcare

Susan Neadle  (Senior Director Global Value Chain Quality Design, Johnson & Johnson)

James Wabby  (Executive Director, Regulatory Affairs, Devices and Combination Products, Allergen)

Paul Lindstrom  (Director, R&D, Combination Products, AstraZeneca)

Nicholas DiFranco  (Market Manager, Lubrizol Life Science - Health)

Location: 210B

Date: Tuesday, February 11

Time: 4:05pm - 5:00pm

Track: MD&M Conference: User-Centered Design Strategies & Tactics for Faster Product Development

Vault Recording: TBD

Combination products such as drug-eluting medical devices and implantable drug delivery systems offer several advantages to medical devices. However, the inclusion of a drug introduces challenging development and regulatory considerations. In this panel, experts will explore the key considerations associated with developing, manufacturing, and characterizing combination products. Topics covered include:

  • Steps required to develop, manufacture, and characterize combination products
  • Top benefits of developing combination products
  • A look at integrated development and human factors considerations