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Posted 27 September 2018 | By Zachary Brousseau
Susumu Nozawa, RAC (US and EU), FRAPS, is the current chair of RAPS’ board of directors. He has more than 15 years of experience in US and international regulatory affairs and compliance, most recently as director of technical and regulatory policy and corporate regulatory affairs at BD in Franklin Lakes, NJ. He also is an active volunteer leader with RAPS as well as other professional organizations, including AdvaMed and the American Medical Devices and Diagnostics Manufacturers Association.
He graciously agreed to answer my questions for the Regulatory Focus series, ‘Focus on…,’ where we talk with regulatory leaders, thinkers and influencers, sharing their diverse perspectives on topics ranging from global trends, to regulatory leadership and their unique personal insights. In this interview we discussed the different approaches to regulation in Japan and the US, the role of leaders and drawing inspiration from the world’s engineering marvels, among other things.
Following is an edited transcript of my interview with Susumu:
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