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RAPS Honors Dexter, Shorer and Novales-Li for Outstanding Contributions to Healthcare Product Regulatory Profession
Date:9/14/2009

PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 14 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Regulatory Affairs Professionals Society (RAPS) today honored the recipients of its prestigious awards for outstanding contributions to the healthcare product regulatory profession. RAPS' Leonard Stauffer Award for mentoring and furthering regulatory professional education was given to independent consultant Nanci Dexter. RAPS' Global Leadership Award for contributions to worldwide development of the profession was awarded to Shy Shorer of the National Institutes of Health and RAPS' Special Recognition Award for unique contributions was bestowed upon Philipp Novales-Li of Novartis. Awardees were honored during the opening session of the 2009 RAPS Annual Conference & Exhibition in Philadelphia.

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Each year, RAPS' awards pay tribute to outstanding regulatory professionals who have made significant contributions to the profession and to RAPS. Award winners are recognized by their colleagues for their hard work, dedication, leadership and accomplishments. The award recipients are nominated by their peers and selected by the RAPS Awards Committee.

The Leonard Stauffer Award recognizes exceptional contributions to mentoring and furthering regulatory professional education development including special achievements related to Regulatory Affairs Certification (RAC). Stuaffer Award recipient Nanci Dexter, MS, RAC, is an independent global regulatory affairs and quality assurance consultant. Her work experience over the past 22 years includes IVDs, biologics, pharmaceuticals and medical devices in both startup and large company environments. Dexter received the Leonard Stauffer Award in recognition of her efforts in establishing th
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