Start-Up FDA? CDRH Seeks Entrepreneurial Spirit With New “In-Residence” Program
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
CDRH is hoping to inject a dose of start-up-firm mentality into its processes with the official launch last week of the entrepreneurs-in-residence pilot program as part of a broader FDA push to highlight its “innovation” bona fides.
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