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Oxford Medical CE marking Forum aims to to serve as a knowledge exchange portal for interested academic and industry partners within Oxford.

Slides presenting the vision of the Oxford Medical CE marking Forum.
Slides presenting the vision of the Oxford Medical CE marking Forum.

The CE mark signifies the products sold in the European Economic Area have been assessed to meet high safety, health, and environmental protection requirements. The mark is the medical device manufacturer's claim that a product meets the essential requirements of all relevant European Medical Device Directives.

This is a joint initiative in collaboration with Dr Jeroen Bergmann at the Institute of Biomedical Engineering (IBME), MPLS Division.

We are supported by the Medical Sciences Division with an Expert in Residence Scheme, and will be hosting Dr Toni Day (Director of Quality and Regulatory Affairs, OrganOx) for 1-2-1 sessions with researchers who require an initial consultation to scope out the regulatory requirements for their project.

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