Ian Sealey graduated with a BEng (Hons) in Medical Engineering in 2003 and, after a taking a year out to study for a Graduate Diploma in Law, held health-related engineering and policy roles in the private sector, local government, and the National Health Service.
In 2012 he joined the Civil Service as a Medical Device Specialist at the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency and, in 2015, was appointed assistant secretary at the Department of Health, with responsibility for running its Departmental Board.
Since leaving the Civil Service in 2017 he has provided regulatory, quality, technical, and policy consultancy services to multinational and start-up medical device and in vitro diagnostic medical device manufacturers. His specialist interests include the risk management of electromedical devices, multi-legislative CE marking, and training delivery.
This course will provide an excellent opportunity to hear the latest developments from regulatory experts, and enable participants to discuss the implications of the regulations on working practices and the potential impact on future regulatory strategies.