Welcome to the Regulatory Affairs Views Blog!

Welcome!  My blog is a news blog for Regulatory Affairs (RA) and Medical Affairs (MA).  This RA and MA blog has three purposes:

  • To post opinions on relevant current topics and to obtain comments related to these issues.  My hope is to give us an opportunity get more involved in the regulations formed by our government that aid our medical industries to deliver safe and effective healthcare product to American providers and consumers.
  • To help the regulatory community and health care providers be informed on the new, generic, and biologic drug and medical device approvals by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
  • To help me become more familiar with RA and MA and to have a more positive impact on my career.

As some of you may already know, I was trained as a physician, specifically in Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine. I went back to school and received a Masters Degree in Regulatory Affairs for Pharmaceuticals, Medical Devices and Biologics from Northeastern University.

I hope you enjoy this blog!

Zarina G. Memon, MD, MS


3 thoughts on “Welcome to the Regulatory Affairs Views Blog!”

  1. Hi, Zarina
    This blog is very meaningful. Although i am not a expert on medicine, pharmacy,I think it is useful for me.  I am a healthcare IT engineer, and i need know all medical information, including medical policy, medical costing and payment, medical insurance and medicaid, etc. I can push what i know about medical information to your blog.

  2. Thanks Jean!

    I am grateful to your input and suggestions.  I hope to incorporate more on medical policy and such because the American healthcare is being transformed and needs to do so for our country to survive.  I wanted this opportunity to help ease the burden of medical information and to be informed about regulatory decisions being considered taht impact our community/world.

    Thank you again for you wonderful post!


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