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R&Q's Can't-Miss Education Event of the Year: An Afternoon Training Workshop at BIOMEDevice in Boston, April 13th

Those in the northeast, get ready! Not only will R&Q be exhibiting at this year's BIOMEDevice show (booth 640) and sponsoring MassMEDIC's Annual Conference, but we'll be presenting an afternoon training workshop (three separate sessions) free to attendees of the BIOMEDevice show on Wednesday, April 13th from 1:00 - 4:00pm. The event will cover compliance, IVDR, and UDI... and you can choose to attend whichever session(s) you like. This will be one of R&Q's premier education events of the year and we're incredibly excited about the team we'll have on hand to share their expertise and experience, moderate discussion, and field questions. Keep on reading for complete details.

R&Q Is Sponsoring The M2D2 $100K Challenge and A Summary of Important Dates

The University of Massachusetts Medical Device Development Center (M2D2) has announced the M2D2 $100K Challenge 2016, a nationwide competition that showcases innovative ideas of early-stage medical device, diagnostic, and biotech companies. R&Q is proud to announce that we are one of several sponsors who will award up to a total of $100K in services (we're also a Platinum Sponsor of M2D2 in general). Winning companies can receive use of the facility's lab and office space, along with engineering, legal, regulatory, clinical and business services.

Presentation and Networking: Is A Medical Device Hiding In Your Product Portfolio? Join R&Q at MassBio!


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What?

A presentation and networking event over lunch addressing how an accessory or tool, in reality, is often a medical device.
 
This session will discuss combination products and the use of accessories with drugs and biologics. We will review examples of product types that may not be obvious and also what to watch out for during the development process. Finally we'll look at some MDR examples where the device types were not initially disclosed or identified correctly.

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