|John DeLucia, MS, RAC|
John DeLucia is vice president for regulatory affairs and quality assurance for iCAD Inc. (Beavercreek, OH). He was formerly vice president of regulatory affairs and quality assurance at Smiths Medical, ASD Inc. (Keene, NH). He has more than 25 years of experience in medical devices and biomedical research with experience in quality systems, regulatory affairs, and laboratory operations. Prior to joining Smiths Medical, Mr. DeLucia held positions as vice president of quality assurance, regulatory affairs, and clinical affairs for ACMI Corp.; director, regulatory affairs for Genzyme Corp.; division QA manager, director of quality and regulatory, and vice president of quality assurance for three divisions of C. R. Bard; and various laboratory and quality positions for Pfizer Hospital Products. Before entering the medical device industry, Mr. DeLucia held a number of research positions at Yale University School of Medicine in New Haven, CT. Mr. DeLucia is an ASQ-certified quality engineer and certified quality auditor. He is also RAPS regulatory affairs certified (RAC). He has an MS in microbiology from Quinnipiac College and BS degrees in auality assurance management and political science (minor in biology) from SUNY and Fairfield University, respectively. He was the 2001 chairman for the ASQ Biomedical Division, New England Biomedical Discussion Group, and a process validation course instructor for Boston ASQ. He has been a member of MD&DI's Editorial Advisory Board since 2001.