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Divisional Vice President, Regulatory Affairs, Abbott Medical Optics
Richard DeRisio is Divisional Vice President, Regulatory Affairs for Abbott Medical Optics, in Santa Ana, CA.
department's responsibilities include global regulatory and government affairs, reimbursement and policy.
From 2003 to 2007, he held positions of Vice President, Quality & Regulatory Affairs and Vice President, Regulatory Affairs at Kinetic Concepts, Inc.
Previously, Dick worked in corporate and operating company positions at Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer and other medical device companies.
He has held leadership clinical, regulatory and quality roles for manufacturers of mechanical heart valves, defibrillators, electrophysiology catheters, wound healing systems, robotic surgery devices and sterilization equipment.
During an earlier ten-year career at FDA's Washington offices, Dick worked in the Agency's field operations headquarters and later in the Office of Compliance in the Center for Devices and Radiological Health.
Dick is a graduate of Cornell University, where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in chemical engineering and Master of Science degree in food science and technology with a minor in microbiology.
He participates on AdvaMed and ANSI committees and is a member of AIChE and the Regulatory Affairs Professional Society.
He serves on the editorial advisory boards of Medical Device & Diagnostic Industry magazine and the Devices and Diagnostic Letter.
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Richard J. DeRisio Vice President, Global Regulatory Affairs, Abbott Medical Optics
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Richard DeRisio, Advanced Medical Optics
Richard DeRisio has been hired by AMO as vice president, global regulatory affairs.
In his new position, DeRisio will oversee development and execution of worldwide regulatory strategies for the company's new and existing products.
Most recently, DeRisio was vice president, global regulatory affairs, at Kinetic Concepts, a medical technology company.
Camstar Life Sciences | Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) | KCI | Press Release
Camstarâ€™s Medical Device Suite will replace conventional paper processes with real-time, electronic manufacturing control and verification. â€œKCI believes that this systemâ€™s electronic enforcement and traceability will be a valuable addition to KCIâ€™s programs for product and process improvement,â€ said Richard DeRisio, Vice President of Quality Assurance & Regulatory Affairs for Kinetic Concepts, Inc. â€œThe self-auditing device history records (DHR) and non-conformance records will provide complete, searchable data that can help us more quickly resolve issues and improve yields.â€
AMO Investor Relations - 2007 Press Releases
SANTA ANA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Aug. 27, 2007--Advanced Medical Optics, Inc. (AMO) (NYSE:EYE), a global leader in ophthalmic surgical devices and eye care products, today announced the appointment of Richard J. DeRisio to vice president, global regulatory affairs.
DeRisio will oversee development and execution of worldwide regulatory strategies for AMO's new and existing products, which are sold in more than 70 countries.
"We are pleased to welcome aboard Richard, as he b...Â