Dr. Joseph Kozikowski will present on performing premarket clinical research on medical devices at Korea’s leading tertiary care hospital.
NATICK, MA – April 6, 2010 – Clinivation, Inc. announced today that clinivation Founder and CEO Joseph Kozikowski, M.D. will present at Samsung Medical Center.
As an authority on the development and commercialization of advanced medical technology, and having led thousands of new submissions, renewals, refilings, novated submissions for major multinationals worldwide, Dr. Kozikowski will share his perspectives in a presentation entitled “Medical Device Development at Samsung Medical Center: Achieving U.S. FDA Requirements.”
The presentation will address the important clinical development, quality, and regulatory considerations and industry best practices. The design and implementation of U.S. FDA-aligned quality management systems for Samsung Medical Center’s Clinical Trial Center and Research Center for Future Medicine will also be reviewed.
The audience will include clinical and research faculty of the Sungkyunkwan University School of Medicine, clinicians, researchers, administration, and executive leadership. The presentation will be held in on April 11, 2010 at the Samsung Medical Center in Seoul, Korea.
Following the presentation, Dr. Kozikowski will be available for discussions and meetings to discuss the topics in greater depth.
Quotes & Commentary:
“It is an honor to have been invited to present, and I thank Professor and Chairman Sung-Hwa Hong, M.D., Ph.D for his efforts in arranging this opportunity for international learning,” said clinivation Founder and CEO Joseph Kozikowski, M.D.
About Samsung Medical Center:
Samsung Medical Center was founded on November 9, 1994 under the philosophy to ‘contribute to improving health of the nation through the best medical service, the advanced medical research and development of outstanding medical personnel’. Comprised of 40 departments, 8 special centers and over 110 special clinics, SMC is a tertiary hospital with 1,951 sickbeds where approximately 6,500 staffs including over 1,200 doctors and 2,000 nurses are working.