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Prepare for a Job in the Medical Device or Regulatory Affairs Industries
Learn about the Medical Devices and the Regulatory Affairs certificate programs at our quarterly info session led by our Kiran Gulati, program chair and instructor. You'll have a chance to hear about the skills you need to succeed in these two fast-growing Silicon Valley careers.
The Medical Device certificate program includes courses focused on the development and commercialization of safe and effective medical devices and in vitro diagnostics (IVDs). You'll learn to take a practical and hands-on approach, the courses build a solid foundation that span product design and development, regulatory and quality issues, innovation strategy, risk management and more.
The Regulatory Affairs certificate was developed under the guidance of industry and government experts to provide a broad regulatory foundation, exposure to practical, real-world applications of the regulations, and an appreciation of the important roles that regulatory affairs professionals play in the bioscience industry.
Presenter: Kiran Gulati
KIRAN GULATI, B.S., M.B.A., RAB-LA, is a management consultant with more than 20 years of experience in quality systems and process improvement for the medical device and biotech sectors. She has taught for UCSC Extension since 2006. Ms. Gulati has held positions at Genentech and McGhan Medical (formerly Collagen Corporation), where she managed the auditing and quality system training functions. Gulati has extensive experience designing and presenting training for companies in domestic as well as international settings. Since 2001, she has helped a large number of medical device startups and established companies achieve successful results during ISO 13485, CE Mark assessments and FDA audits. She serves on the advisory board for UCSC Extension’s Medical Devices and Regulatory Affairs certificate programs. In addition, she has been a speaker at conferences sponsored by the Institute of Validation Technology (IVT) and the ASQ Silicon Valley Division. Ms. Gulati served as the RAPS San Francisco/ Bay Area Chair from 2011 to 2014 and is currently on the RAPS North American Advisory Board.
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Have more questions about individual Medical Devices and the Regulatory Affairs courses?
Connect with our Outreach Team, (408) 861-3860 or ExtensionProgram@ucsc.edu
No fee, but please sign up so we know you're coming.