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Oriel STAT A MATRIX Welcomes New Global Practice Head for Medical Devices and Life Sciences
Date:6/12/2012

stry from the University of Massachusetts‒Dartmouth and a PhD in Medicinal Chemistry from the University of Buffalo.  He also served as Associate Director of the Clinical Laboratories at The Ohio State University Hospitals.  

About Oriel STAT A MATRIX

Since 1968, Oriel STAT A MATRIX has provided organizations with best-in-class performance improvement training and consulting—including FDA-regulated services, implementation of ISO 9000, and continual improvement methods such as Lean Six Sigma—that enhance financial results and customer satisfaction.   

In 1978, US FDA regulators chose Oriel STAT A MATRIX to work with the agency in rewriting the good manufacturing practice (GMP) regulations, the precursor to the current GMP (CGMP)/quality system regulations (QSR). The firm was then selected to train FDA compliance investigators in the new regulations. Since then, Oriel STAT A MATRIX has been a global leader in implementing quality and regulatory requirements at pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device companies, as well as at hospitals and other healthcare provider organizations.    

Oriel STAT A MATRIX has offices in more than 18 countries and a diversified customer base that spans the globe and represents every economic sector.

For further information about Oriel STAT A MATRIX, please visit www.orielstat.com or call 732.548.0600.


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