MDICx Proposal Submission

Thank you for considering MDICx as a platform for your presentation.

MDIC presents an informative series of online teleconference workshops, the MDICx series, featuring emerging trends in medical technology regulatory science, MDIC projects, and subject matter experts sharing perspectives, progress and opportunities.

The goal of MDICx is to further MDIC’s mission to expand and develop regulatory science. Read FDA’s Regulatory Science Priorities document to better understand the scope and meaning of regulatory science. MDICx presentations are not sales pitches. We allow only the first and last slides to contain company and product logos, contact information, and branding. We will, however, consider presentations on new tools and services if they are useful to the world of regulatory science.

MDICx presentations should be 15-20 minutes long.

Applications undergo periodic review by MDIC staff. Acceptance is contingent upon whether or not the presentation meets MDIC’s objectives. If your presentation is accepted, we will contact you via the information you provide to schedule an MDICx event.

MDICx events are recorded and a video archive is available online after the event. As such, we cannot accept presentations with proprietary or confidential information that can’t be shared with the public.

MDIC is under no obligation to accept or present any information included in this form. All information submitted through this form becomes property of MDIC.




Name (as you want it displayed)

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Short Bio

Are you an MDIC Member? 

Presentation Title

Which MDIC objectives will your presentation help meet?

     Advancing the field of medical device regulatory science and its acceptance and use by the device industry

     Promoting collaboration and innovation among the Medical Device Stakeholders

     Creating scientific tools that will assist Medical Device Stakeholders in developing new medical device products and in assessing the safety
          and effectiveness, quality, and performance of these products

     Providing education about the medical device regulatory process

     Providing education about the needs of the medical device community that will increase the throughput of innovation

     Facilitating improvements in the expeditiousness and transparency of the medical device review process

     Working to make state-of-the-art health care technology available to those who need it with a goal of making U.S. patients “first in the world”
          with access

     Validating and qualifying new methods, tools, approaches, and standards that CDRH may adopt as part of the regulatory process

Short description of your presentation with emphasis on how it meets MDIC’s objectives, as outlined above

Who are your target audiences? (Select all that apply)

What is the context of use for the information you’re providing?

Give us 5 to 10 keywords to help us place your presentation

Are there other speakers who might also speak well on this topic or provide a quality counterpoint to your presentation? If so, please supply their contact information and a short bio.