Conducting Biocompatibility Testing for a Medical Device: Part II
About Jeff Geesin
Jeff Geesin is a biochemist with extensive experience in corporate research and technical expertise in extracellular matrix biology, wound repair and regeneration, tissue engineering/regenerative medicine, and preclinical models of disease for testing therapeutic approaches. He managed project and career development activities for up to 30 technical staff with budget responsibilities up to $15 million, and projects to clinical stage for device and drugs in numerous therapeutic areas including orthopedics, dermal wound repair, women's health and urology, neurology, dermatology, and cardiovascular. Jeff currently works as an independent consultant, providing preclinical strategy development, biology/mechanism of action writing and strategy for planning for regulatory submissions, due diligence of products or technologies, and patent portfolio assessments and strategies. For more information, visit www.geesinconsulting.com or http://www.linkedin.com/in/jeffreycgeesin.
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