Steve has spent over 25 years in industry, with 20+ years of increasing responsibility for pre- and post -market regulatory support of biologics, devices, drugs, and combination products. His formal regulatory experience began in 1992, when he joined Allergan Pharmaceuticals as Director, Worldwide Regulatory, and Responsible Head for the company’s Botox biologic. In 1994 he joined Baxter’s Fenwal Division as Vice President, Regulatory Affairs, and for the next 10 years he led a global regulatory team with responsibility for the division’s 510(k), PMA, and NDA products used in blood component processing and delivery. While at Baxter Steve also gained extensive experience with CE marking of medical devices in the EU, including Class III devices incorporating medicinal products. In 2005 Steve joined Becton Dickinson and Company (BD) as Director of Regulatory Affairs in BD’s Corporate research center, BD Technologies, where his responsibilities included providing support for technology development efforts in areas including diagnostics, cell and tissue technologies, and advanced diabetes care. In 2011 he also took on responsibility for the Women’s Health and Cancer Regulatory team in BD’s Diagnostics Systems business. In August 2014 he transitioned to a new Corporate Regulatory Affairs role as Director, Regulatory Policy, Technology, and Communications for BD. He is active in a number of medical device and IVD policy issues on behalf of BD through his involvement in AdvaMed and several industry coalitions. Steve obtained his Ph.D. in immunology from Kansas State University and has an MBA from the University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, Minnesota.
Events Steve Binion will be attending:
Combination Products Registration