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How is Blood Regulated in the US

Wednesday, May 30, 2018, 8:00 AM until 10:00 AM
Silver Cloud Inn - Seattle Lake Union
Venue website
1150 Fairview Avenue North
Seattle, WA  98109

(206) 447-9500
Regular Monthly Meeting
Registration is closed
RSVP by 05/24/2018
Registration: 7:30 a.m. – 8:00 a.m. PST
Meeting: 8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. PST


PARKING - FREE (first come, first serve basis)

Credit card payments can only be accepted online prior to the meeting. If you plan on paying at the door, please note that the Registration Team can only accept CASH or CHECKS.
No Fee
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Please plan to arrive early to meet other members and network.
Light breakfast items will be available, along with coffee and tea.

TOPIC: Blood Regulations

TOPIC DESCRIPTION: Introduction into US regulations that applies to blood and blood components



SPEAKER BIOGRAPHY: Lisa started her career in translational research in islet cell transplantation, then eventually was bitten by the quality bug. The move into quality eventually lead to a role in regulatory affairs. She graduated from the UW School of Pharmacy Biomedical Regulatory Affairs Master’s program and has over 15 years industry experience and is currently the Regulatory and Compliance Manager at Bloodworks Northwest.

Bloodworks Northwest is an independent not-profit organization serving more than 90 Northwest hospitals. We have been around for over 70 years and have expanded our footprint into Oregon with the acquisition of a blood center in Eugene, OR. We provide products and services to better the lives of patients in the Pacific Northwest and beyond.


WHO: Clinical, regulatory, quality, manufacturing and legal


This meeting includes:

- Coffee, tea and light breakfast items


Attendance at this meeting may be applied as 1.5 points towards RAC re-certification