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The FDA’s Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) and Medical Alley Association, formerly known as LifeScience Alley, Inc., a Minnesota trade association, executed a Memorandum of Understanding in December 2011 to work together to establish research collaborations in regulatory science.
Medical Alley Association filed Articles of Incorporation with the State of Minnesota in August 2012 to create an independent entity focused on advancing medical device regulatory science at an industry level.
MDIC is an independent organization governed by a Board of Directors representing the public and private sectors and patient advocacy groups. The Board will oversee MDIC subcommittee activity.
Subcommittees will be formed to lead programs that advance specific areas of regulatory science.
Each subcommittee will be responsible for establishing working groups and project plans to advance individual programs.
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