Washington, DC (PRWEB) February 23, 2011
3D Communications today announced that Todd McIntyre, Ph.D. has joined its team of FDA regulatory and communications experts.
Throughout Todd’s extensive 22-year career in healthcare, he has led global regulatory affairs and research and development teams for major pharmaceutical companies including Wyeth, Johnson & Johnson, Hoffman La Roche, and Boehringer-Engelheim. Most recently, Todd served as a senior regulatory consultant specializing in preparing pharmaceutical companies for FDA Advisory Committee meetings and submissions to the FDA, the European Union’s Committee for Medicinal Products for Human Use, and Japan’s Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare. Todd has led hundreds of meetings with these agencies and other global health authorities.
“We are extremely fortunate to have Todd join our team. His regulatory experience and insights, both as an industry executive and a facilitator across global regulatory bodies, will be invaluable to our clients,” said Jim DiBiasi, a founding partner of 3D Communications.
In addition to his vast industry experience, Todd is an accomplished academic, with degrees and expertise in Neuroscience and Neuropharmacology. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Colorado, Boulder and served as a staff fellow at the National Institutes of Health. Todd has published numerous articles and research and has lectured on healthcare related topics in dozens of countries across the globe.
Dr. McIntyre is the second senior executive to join 3D in as many months. Virginia Cox, JD, former FDA and Consumer Healthcare Products Association executive, joined 3D on February 1. The additions of McIntyre and Cox will allow 3D to continue to provide clients with their hallmark high quality service.
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