Elijah Wreh, Senior Manager Regulatory Affairs at Boston Scientific and Book Author
'10 B.S. human biology
Elijah Wreh is an accomplished regulatory affairs leader with a proven track record of success in the medical device industry. Comprehensive experience bringing medical devices to market from viability through design, verification, and validation to global regulatory approvals. Highly proficient at streamlining procedures, implementing best practices, and pulling a talented group of professionals together into a high-performing team. He is an Associate Lecturer at the University of Akron Department of Biomedical Engineering, an adjunct professor at Case Western Reserve University, a part-time lecturer at Northeastern University, College of Professional Studies, and a guest lecturer at Cleveland State University. Mr. Wreh’s lecture on regulatory aspects of the medical device product commercialization lifecycle from the United States (US); international perspectives, and provisions of the US Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA’s) risk-based medical device classification scheme, such as the Premarket Notification [(510(k)], Premarket approval (PMA), and Investigational Device Exemption (IDE) submission processes. He is also an Industry Representative for the FDA Neurological Devices Advisory Committee Panel and Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of CommStar Credit Union. Mr. Wreh is the author of the book “Medical Device Regulation, FDA-CDRH Manufacturing, Policies and regulation Handbook.”
He holds a Master of Arts in Christian Ministry from Liberty University, a Master of Science in Regulatory Science from the University of St. Thomas, and a Bachelor of Science in Human Biology from Minnesota State University. A certificate in Healthcare Compliance from Seton Hall Law School and a Risk Analysis certificate from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.