Regulating 3D-printed medical devices: an interview with Graeme Tunbridge (MHRA, UK)

Written by Graeme Tunbridge

In this interview with Graeme Tunbridge (Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency; London, UK), Graeme discusses the differences between standard medical devices and 3D printed devices as well as regulatory challenges, liabilities and responsibilities before postulating on the future regulatory landscape of 3D printed medical devices. Please introduce yourself and explain your role at the MHRA. My name is Graeme Tunbridge and I am the Group Manager for the Devices Regulatory Group at the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA; London, UK). I look after teams that deal with notified body oversight, clinical investigations, compliance and broader regulatory affairs...

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