Juan M. Campos
Juan M. Campos
Juan M Campos is a Medical Device professional with 32+ years of continued industry experience. His main areas of expertise include Quality Assurance, Regulatory Compliance, and Regulatory Affairs. He has led culturally and geographically diverse QA/RA teams in Spain, the UK, France, Switzerland, Netherlands, Germany, Portugal, Italy, Greece, and Turkey directly reporting to him. Additionally, he has successfully coordinated global QA/RA projects with an extended on-site presence in the USA and China. Most of the Regulations that govern today’s Medical Device world (EU Medical Device Directive, US FDA CFR 21-820, ISO 13485, Japan MHLW, Australia TGA, Brazil ANVISA, Health Canada, China SFDA, etc) have been created, implemented, and even revised several times during his 30-year daily industry activity in leadership QA/RA roles.
Specifically, Juan has successfully led both product international Regulatory Registration processes, together with Regulatory Compliance global projects to ensure full Quality System compliance with those Regulations (Quality System design and implementation, Regulatory Agency pre-inspection readiness, Regulatory Agency post-inspection remediation, M&A due diligence, and post-merger integration, product quality claims & liability, etc) in manufacturing, subcontractor, and distribution facilities around the globe.
Juan is also a certified SGS ISO 9001 Auditor, BSI ISO 13485 Lead Auditor, and SGS MDR QMS Auditor & Product Assessor with extensive EMEA, China, and USA on-site audit experience, an active voting member of ISO TC150 CTN91 Implants and ISO TC210 CTN111 SC3 Quality Management Committees, as well as an active project evaluation expert at the BioExpert Network.
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