Dennis Sarwin joined Qserve Group as a Regulatory Affairs Associate where he is part of the Global Registrations team and is located in Arnhem at Qserve’s headquarters.
Due his support for global registrations in various countries, he will have contact with customers all over the world to support them in their journey. Dennis has valuable expertise with document review and registration of medical device manufacturers with the MHRA.
Dennis has a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Design Engineering in 2016 and a Double Master of Science degree in Integrated Product Design & Biomedical Engineering at the TU Delft in 2021. Next to his studies, Dennis had the opportunity to gain regulatory affairs experience at various medical device companies. His responsibilities varied from labeling-related projects, updating internal databases, and maintaining technical files to reviewing marketing materials. “I am excited to immerse myself in the consultancy’s work’s new tasks and challenges to expand my regulatory and quality knowledge further.”About Qserve Group
Qserve’s mission is to support all medical device and in-vitro diagnostics manufacturers with a practical approach, translating existing regulations to understandable requirements. We serve to guide manufacturers in gaining and maintaining compliance as well as conducting clinical studies as a CRO to ensure safe and quality devices in the most streamlined way possible. Qserve’s global team combines its regulatory and clinical knowledge and experience in the medical device industry, sharing more than 900 years’ worth of combined expertise in the medical field. Having teams in the EU, USA, and China provides a global footprint for global regulatory, clinical, CRO, and quality services.
Qserve is constantly looking for consultants at different career levels with experience in regulatory affairs, quality assurance, clinical affairs, or auditing in medical devices. Check our current vacancies.